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UNIVERSITY Or 

ILLINOIS LIBRARY 

AT URBANA CHAMPAIGN 

NATURAL HIST SURVEY 



THE BRYOPHYTES 
OF ILLINOIS 



AN ANNOTATED AND 

INDEXED BIBLIOGRAPHY 

AND CHECKLIST 

Bill N. McKnlght 



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ILLINOIS NATURAL HISTORY SURVEY 
URBANA, ILLINOIS AUGUST 1987 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

NATURAL HISTORY SURVEY DIVISION 



Biological Notes No. 127 



Cover — Bryophvte, PolMnrhum cummun,'. pictured is approximaleU tive times the actual size. The photo was taken from a shde by 
the author, Bill N. McKuight. The cover design is by Lloyd Le Mere. 



CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION 3 

LEGEND 4 

FIGURE. State map divided into regions with counties numbered 5 

ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 6 

INDICES 

I. Authors 24 

II. Chronological Index 25 

III. Counties 26 

IV Regions 28 

V. Anthocerotae 28 

VI. Hepaticae 28 

VII. Musci 28 

VIII. Sphagnum 28 

IX. Anatomy/Developmental Morphology 28 

X. Animal/Bryophyte Association 28 

XI. Culturing 28 

XII. Cytology 28 

XIII. Ecology 28 

XIV Fossil 29 

XV Physiology 29 

XVI. Reproductive Biology 29 

XVII. Revegetation/Succession 29 

CHECKLIST 

Anthocerotae 29 

Hepaticae 29 

Musci and Sphagnum 31 

SYNONYMS AND INVALID NAMES 

Anthocerotae and Hepaticae 36 

Musci (including sphagna) 37 

TYPES 41 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 41 



THE BRYOPHYTES OF ILLINOIS: 

AN ANNOTATED AND INDEXED BIBLIOGRAPHY AND CHECKLIST 



Bill N. McKnight 



The first report of bryological activity in Illinois 
was von Wied's collections o( Cryphaea inundata from 
the Fox and Wabash rivers, White County, in 1832 
(Nees von Esenbeck [1834]). Short (1845) noted the 
lack of bryophytes in the Illinois prairies. The next 
published reference to Illinois bryophytes was by 
Sullivant (1856) who also cited von Wied's 1832 
collections of Crv/j/iflra inundata. Subsequently, in 1859 
Brendel listed 27 species of mosses occurring around 
Peoria, and in the same volume Vasey cited 44 mosses 
and 1 liverwort from McHenry County. There have 
been at least 391 other publications relating to Illinois 
bryophytes since these pioneering works, yet the state 
bryoflora remains poorly catalogued and studied rel- 
ative to the vascular plants. The availability of a 
comprehensive bibliography and checklist should help 
remedy this disparity. Prior to this compilation, the 
most complete bibliographies dealing with Illinois 
bryophytes were included in the historical sketch by 
Stotler (1979) and the moss checklist constructed by 
McCleary and Redfearn (1979). 

This is an index of the 396 articles dealing with 
the Illinois bryophytes (hornworts, liverworts, mosses, 
and sphagna). Each publication is ordered alphabet- 
ically by the author's last name and annotated to 
include pertinent information, especially the number 
and kinds of taxa treated. Cross-reference indices are 
provided for authors, publication dates, the counties 
and regions of Illinois, taxonomic groups, and other 
categories. Checklists of species and synonyms are 
also included. 

The criteria for including a publication in this 
bibliography are: 

(1) the article must contain information on the 
bryoflora of Illinois (extant or fossil); 

(2) abstracts are included only if they cite the 
occurrence of a taxon not given elsewhere in 
a full article; 

(3) publications showing only shaded range maps 



This paper is published by authority of the .Stale of Ilhnois. 
Bill N. McKnight. forinerly an Assistant Research Biologist in the 
Section of Botany and Plant Pathology at th<- Illinois Natural 
History Survey, is currently Curator of Biological S< iences at the 
Indiana State Museum. Indianapolis. Indiana. 

Two or more outside referees recommend each manuscript 
submitted for publication in the Biological Notes scries before it 
is accepted. 



are included even if no specimens were examined or 

cited; and 

(4) theses and dissertations are cited even if they 
are published separately in their entirety (42 
M.S. theses and 22 Ph.D. dissertations are 
listed). 

Omitted from the bibliography are: 

( 1 ) publications lacking specific reference to Illinois 
(i.e., common in eastern North America); 

(2) personal communications; and 

(3) unpublished reports, lists, and collections. 

The articles need not include specimens cited, spec- 
imens examined or voucher data, although any pub- 
lication lacking this information, regardless of disci- 
pline, is of limited value. And, as this is intended to 
be a reference to the bryophytes reported in the 
literature from Illinois and not of Illinois bryologists 
(Stotler 1979), a biographical work is included only 
if it contains significant information about at least 
one species of the state bryoflora. 

The publications are arranged alphabetically, num- 
bered consecutively, and annotated to indicate con- 
tent. Each annotation contains two sections. The first 
section includes data on the kind and number of taxa 
(see Example and Legend). The bracketed integers 
refer to the number of taxa listed in the publication. 
The sequencing of the taxonomic groups in the 
annotations is consistent throughout (Anthocerotae, 
Hepaticae, Musci, Sphagtium), even though each group 
is not always treated. The bracketed and parenthes- 
ized numbers in each annotation refer to the number 
of taxa listed in the publication. 

The second part of the annotation contains a brief 
description of the toiuenl of the publication. Scientific 
names are listed only if there are ten or fewer or if 
they are buried in the text of a long or obscure 
publication. The scientific names are also given for 
some questionable reports, as indicated [?], and rare 
taxa. The fact that scientific names are included does 
not imply that I have studied the specimens or that 
they have been correctly identified. The number of 
taxa cited and the names listed are based on the 
names given in the article which mav not represent 
(iirrent noineiK laliire. Ihis section of the annotation 
also includes the county or region from which the 
specimen was obtained or where observed. When 
more than one county is given, an effort has been 
made to present the number of taxa in each group 
from the respective county (see Example). When 
counties arc not listed (e.g., "Peoria area," "souilurn 



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ANNOTATION EXAMPLE 



3 Anthocerotae 




Total number of species 
cited in publication 




(3-A, 39-H, 127-M, 3-S) Annotated checklist for Clark 

(3. 37, 119, 3) and Coles (2,22, 1 01 ,0) cos. ; no specimens cited 



Total number of species 
in Clark County 



Illinois," "our area," "Illinois"), the citation has been, 
when possible, ascribed to a region within the state. 
Accordingly, I have divided the state into five regions 
(Fig. 1) based on geographic location, geologic history, 
land use practices, vegetational patterns, and conven- 
ience. It was impossible to follow Schwegman's (1973) 
natural divisions scheme in delimiting regions given 
the absence of specific location information in many 
publications. Finally, the acronym of the herbarium 
housing the vouchers is often included (see Legend). 

The following indices are provided at the end of 
this publication to further enhance its usefulness. 

1. AUTHOR INDEX. An alphabetical listing of 
all 250 authors with the numbers corresponding 
to all publications by that author 

2. CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX. An annual 
chronological listing from 1834 to 1986 fol- 
lowed by the publications corresponding to each 
year. 

3. COUNTY INDEX. An alphabetical list of the 
102 Illinois counties and the publications per- 
taining to each. 

4. REGION INDEX. A list containing publications 
dealing with each of the five regions (Fig. 1) for 
those works not already listed under COUNTY 
INDEX. 

5. SUBJECT INDICES. A list of publications deal- 
ing with each taxonomic group and selected 
topics (anatomy/developmental morphology, 
animal/bryophyte association, culturing, cytol- 
ogy, ecology, fossil, physiology, reproductive bi- 
ology, revegetation/ succession). 

An annotated checklist of bryophytes reported from 
Illinois is presented at the end of this publication; 



both extant and fossil reports are included in this list. 
A total of 5 1 2 kinds of bryophytes (3 hornworts, 1 1 8 
liverworts, 366 mosses, and 25 sphagna) have been 
leported. Following each taxon are the numbers 
corresponding to the publications in which it is re- 
ported. The nomenclature follows Crum and Ander- 
son (1981) and Crum (1983) for the mosses and 
sphagna (with a couple of exceptions noted in the 
preface to the index), and Stotler and Crandall-Stotler 
(1977) for the hornworts and liverworts. A list of 
synonyms for the taxa reported in the literature is 
also included. Two-thirds of the names listed in the 
synonym index are not included in the most recent 
checklists for liverworts (Stotler and Crandall-Stotler 
1977) or mosses (Crum, Steere, and Anderson 1973). 
While bryophytes are almost totally devoid of eco- 
nomic importance they are nevertheless very inter- 
esting organisms that provide a challenging array of 
potential research projects, as well as aesthetic enjoy- 
ment to the critical observer. It should be obvious 
from looking at the following indices that there is 
still much to be learned about the bryophytes of 
Illinois. This publication will be useful in assessing 
the amount and type of bryological activity, deter- 
mining distributional records, and generating interest 
in the Illinois bryoflora. Because of the scope of this 
bibliography, some citations may have been omitted. 
You are invited to bring such oversights to my atten- 
tion. 



LEGEND 

HERBARIUM ACRONYMS CITED 

(according to Holgren, Keuken, and Schofield 1981) 

ABSH = American Bryological and Lichenological 

Society Herbarium, Carbondale, IL 
CANM = Canadian National Museum, Ottawa 
DUKE = Duke University, Durham, NC 

EIU = Eastern Illinois University, Charleston 

F = Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago 
ILL = University of Illinois, Urbana 
ILLS = Illinois Natural History Survey, Champaign 
ISM = Illinois State Museum, Springfield 
MICH = University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 
MWI = Western Illinois University, Macomb 
NY = New York Botanical Garden. Bronx. NY 
SIU = Southern Illinois University, Carbondale 
SMS = Southwestern Missouri State University, 

Springfield 
UBC = University of British Columbia, Yancou\er, 
Canada 
US = United States National Herbarium. Wash- 
ington, DC 
WARK = A.L. Kibbe Life Science Station, Warsaw, 
IL 
WIU = Western Illinois Llniversitv. Macomb 



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LITERATURE CITED 

(for references not included 
in comprehensive bibliography) 

Crum, H.A., W.C. Steere, and L.E. Anderson. 1973. 
A new list of mosses of North America north of 
Mexico. Bryologist 76:85-130. 

Holmgren, P.K., W. Keuken, and E.K. Schofield. 
1981. Index Herbariorum. 7th ed. Reg;num Ve- 
getabile 106:[vi] + 452 p. 

Schwegman, J.E. (principal author). 1973. Compre- 
hensive plan for the Illinois Nature Preserves Sys- 
tem. Part 2. The natural divisions of Illinois. Illinois 
Nature Preserves Commission, Rockford. 32 p. 

Stotler, R., and B. Crandall-Stotler. 1977. A checklist 
of the liverworts and hornworts of North America. 
Bryologist 80:405-428. 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN ANNOTATIONS 

A = Anthocerotae (hornworts) 

H = Hepaticae (liverworts) 

M = Musci (mosses, excluding the sphagna) 

R = Region 

S = Sphagnum (peat mosses, sphagna) 

[n,n,n,n] = number of species in publication from 
Illinois 

(n,n,n,n) = number of taxa per county in a multiple 
county citation 



ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR LITERATURE TREATING ILLINOIS BRYOPHYTES 
(Legends for abbreviations used are included on page 4.) 



1. Ammons, N. 1940. A manual of the liverworts of West 
Virginia. American Midland Naturalist 23:1-164. |2-H] 
Frullama hntionute and Plectocolea funomhronioidei from Illi- 
nois, no counties listed; no specimens cited. 

2. Anderson, L.E. 1943. The distribution of Tortula pagorum 
(Milde) De Not. in North America. Bryologist 46:47-66. 

[1-M] Page 55, ". . . it might be expected to occur in southern 
Illinois." R-5; (p. 61) also searched for unsuccessfully in Cook 
Co. (dot map). 

3. Anderson, L.E., and R.H. Zander. 1973. The mosses of 
the southern Blue Ridge Province and their phytogeo- 
graphic relationship. The Journal of the Elisha Mitchell 
Scientific Society 89:15-60. |I3-M| Anacamptodon splach- 
noides, Bruchm texana, Desmalodon plinthobius, Dtcranum poh- 
setum, Enlodon macropodus, Helodium palndoium, Herzogielta 
turfacea, hopterygium distichaceum, Micromtlrmin auslinii, Poly- 
trichum ohioense, Scopelophila ligulata, Tremalodon longicotlis, 
and Uhta crispa; no counties listed; no specimens cited. 

4. Anderson, R.C., and J. White. 1970. A cypress swamp 
outlier in southern Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois 
State Academy of Science 63:6-13. |M] Moss spp. from 
Johnson Co.; "Mosses of various species have the highest 
frequencies on the tree trunks (94.2%) and on the fallen 
logs (98.3%)"; no vouchers mentioned. 

5. Ando, H. 1972. Distribution and speciation in the genus 
Hypnum in the Circum-Pacific region. Journal of the Hat- 
tori Botanical Laboratory 35:68-98. |7-M| Brolherplla len- 
uirostns, Hypnum cunnfohum, H. fertile, H, imponem, H. lind- 
bergu, H. pallescens, and H. pralense from Illinois, shaded 
range maps; no specimens cited; p. 72,75,77,80,81,84.86. 

6. Andrews, A.L. 1913. Sphagnaceae. North American Flora 
15(1):1-31. [1-S| Sphagnum compactum from Illinois, no coun- 
ties listed; no specimens cited. 

7. Andrews, A.L. 1959. Taxonomic notes. XIV. The dioicous 
form of Afnium cuspidatum. Bryologist 62:230-233. |1-M| 
Five packets from Woodford Co., collected 21 May 1953 by 
V.H. Chase. 

8. Andrus, R.E. 1974. The sphagna of New York state. Ph.D. 
dissertation. State University of New York, Syracuse, xviii 

+ 421 p. |4-.S| Sphagnum girgensohnii, S. teicurii, S. iquarrosum. 



and S. teres from Illinois, no counties listed; no specimens 
cited. 

9. Andrus, R.E. 1979. Sphagnum bartlettianum in the south- 
eastern United States. Bryologist 82:198-203. [3-S] 5. ru- 
betlum. S. subtile, and S. warnstorfii from R-2, shaded range 
maps (p. 202); no specimens cited. 

10. Andrus, R.E. 1979. Sphagnum subtile (Russow) WamsC 
and allied species in North America. Systematic Botany 
4:351-362. [3-S| S. nemoreum and 5. rubellum on shaded range 
map from R-2; no specimens cited; 5. subtile from Cook and 
Lake cos., specimens cited; comments on niche variations 
and morphology. 

11. Andrus, R.E. 1980. A large range extension for Sphagnum 
henryense. Bryologist 83:239-242. (1-S] From Cook Co.; 
specimen cited (ILL). 

12. Andrus, R.E. 1980. Sphagnaceae (peat moss family) of 
New York State. Contributions to the Flora of New York 
State III. New York State Museum Bulletin No. 442. vi -t- 

89 p. |18-S) From Illinois, no counties listed; no specimens 
cited; illustrations, keys, descriptions, tables, and ecological 
information; Sphagnum angustifolium, S. centrale, S. contortum, 
S. cuspidatum, S.fimbnatum,S.fuscum,S.gtrgensohnii,S. lescurii, 
S. nemoreum, S. platyphyllum, S. recunmm, S. rubellum, S. 
squarrosum, S. subsecundum, S. subtile, S. teres, S. trinitense, and 
5. warnstorfii. 

13. Anonymous. 1904. Bryologist 7:82. (2-M] Atrichum angus- 
tatum and Entndon seductrix from Illinois offered by Agnes 
Chase, no counties listed. 

14. Anonymous. 1905. Bryologist 8:56. |1-M| Dicranella varia 
from Illinois, offered by N.L. T. Nelson, no counties listed. 

15. Anonymous. 1907. Bryologist 10:95-%. |3-M] Ceratodon 
purpureus, Ditrichum pallidum, and Ph\sco>nitnum turbmatum 
all fruiting from Illinois, offered by F.E. McDonald, no 
counties listed. 

16. Anonymous. 1908. Bryologist 11:96. [I-S] Sphagnum com- 
pactum from Cook Co.. offered by W.W. Calkins. 

17. Anonymous. 1909. Bryologist 12:15. |2-M. \-S]Bryum caes- 
pitiaum, Polytrichum commune, and Sphagnum compactum from 
Cook Co.; no specimens cited. 



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18. Anonymous. 1909. Bryologist 12:41,74. |2-M| biirbula tin- 
guiculata and Leskea fjohcarfia (corrected to L. uhscura on p. 
74) from Cook Co.. offered by WW. Calkins. 

19. Anonymous. 1909. Bryologist 12:57-58. |2-M| Polytrichum 
commune var. uhpnusum and P. (ihuifnse from Cook Co.. 
offered by VV.VV. Calkins. 

20. Anonymous. 1909. Bryologist 12:94. |1-M, 2-S| .\)u>m:,dun 

attenuatui. Sphagnum aculijolium, and S. lumpaclum from Cook 
Co., offered by W.W. Calkins. 

21. Anonymous. 1909. Bryologist 12:111. |3-M| Amhiylegium 
noteruphitum from Cook Co.. offered by F..J. Hill; Funaria 
hfgrometrica and H\pnum aduncum gruitlenrn\ Irom the Peoria 
area (R-3), offered by F.F.. McDonald. 

22. Anonymous. 1910. Bryologist 13:48. |3-M| Barhuta jatlax 
and Duranella varia from Illinois offered by W.W. Calkins: 
Rhynchoitepum serrulatum from Illinois, offered by F.E. 
McDonald; no counties listed. 

23. Anonymous. 1910. Bryologist 13:124. |I-.M| Thelui nsprella 
from Illinois, offered by W.W. Calkins; no counties listed. 

24. Anonymous. 1911. Bryologist 14:24,92. |2-M| Amblysiegium 
juratzkanum and Orlhotrtchum itranguhUum from Illinois, of- 
fered by W.W. Calkins, no counties listed. 

25. Anonymous. 1918. Bryologist 21:68. |3-M| Calluinnen an- 
guitala, Dicranella heteromntln, and D. varui from Illinois, 
offered by F.E. McDonald, no counties listed. 

26. Anonymous. 1919. Bryologist 22:76. |1-M| G\mnuslumum 
cun'iroslre from Illinois, no counties listed; no specimen cited. 

27. Armstrong, P.K. 1981. Bryophytes. Tiny treasures of the 
plant world. Morton Arboretum Quarterly 17:17-30. | 1-A. 
1-H| Anthoceroi laei'is from "our area" (R-2); Conorephnluin 
conicum from La Salle Co.; no specimens cited. 

28. Armstrong, P.K. 1983. Bryophytes of the Morton Arbor- 
etum. Morton Arboretum Quarterly 19:17-32. |K-H. L'fi-\I| 
From Du Page Co.; habitat information, excellent black and 
white photographs; Anaslrophyllum michauxu |?| and Annmoilnn 
I'lliculoius [misdeterminedj; no specimens cited; vouchers at 
MOR. 

29. Artist, R.C. 1934. Stratigraphy and preliminary fossil 
pollen analysis of a Lake County, Illinois, bog. M.S. thesis. 
Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. 36 p. |2-\1, 
I-.S| Auliiromnium pdhislm. Sphagnum, and Slereiidim prnlfii\i^. 
ecological information, no specimens cited but mentioned 
from other works; "Sphagnum sent to R.S. Williams, iden- 
tifications not yet received." 

30. Artist, R.C. 1936. Stratigraphy and preliminary fossil 
pollen analysis of a Lake County, Illinois, bog. Butler 
University Botanical Studies 3:191-198. | I-M, I-S| Drepan- 
ocladui W'lhuni |sic| (in lower part ot deposit) and Sphagnum: 
no specimens cited; ecological information. 

31. Arzeni, C.B. 1947. Some bryophytes of Coles and Clark 
counties. Transactions of the Illinois Stale Academy of 
Science 40:44-49. |3-A. 39-H, 127-M. 3-S| Annotated ( heck- 
hst tor Clark Co. (3.37.1 19.3) and Coles Co. ('2,22. 101 .0); a 
very thorough study but some f)f the reports are questionable 
(i.e.. CaUiergoneUa ruspidala, Cnmp\lium stftlalum, Dtrranum 
undulalum, and Thuidium ahietinum). 

32. Arzeni, C.B. 1977. Mosses and liverworts. Eastern Illinois 
University, Charleston, [v) -H 12 p. -f 51 pis. |3-.\, 23-H, 
75-M, 4-S| Illustrated manual lor use in local flora classes 
at F.IU; taxa occurring in "our area," east tentral Illinois 
(R-4); descriptions, key. and habitat information; no index; 
no specific localities given; n<j specimens cited. 

33. Arzeni, C.B. 1980. Mosses and liverworts. Eastern Illinois 
University, Charleston, vii + 253 p. |3-A, 57-H. 89-M, 4- 



S| Illustrated manual for use in local flora classes at ElU; 
most of the taxa are listed as occurring in "our area;" 
however, only the list of 20 endangered or threatened species 
(p. i) are specifically cited from east central Illinois (R-4); 
descriptions, key, and habitat information; no specific local- 
ities given; no specimens cited 

34. Arzeni, C.B., and B.N. McKnight. 1976. Buxbaumia aphylla, 
a new report for Illinois. Bryologist 79:266. jG-ll. 4 .Vt| 
From Pope Co.; in association with Alrichum anguilalum, 
Bdizania Incrrnala, Bnuandrrsvnia lUecebra, Calypogeia sp., 
Cephalouella sp., Duranella heteromalla, Lophocolea minor, 
Odontoschisma proilralum, and Scapama nemorosa; only Bux- 
baumia vouchered (EIU, SIU). 

35. Arzeni, C.B., and D.J. Royse. 1975. Mosses and liverwort. 
Outdoor Illinois 14(2):46-48. |3-H, 12-.V1| From Clark Co.; 
general information about some locally common bryophytes; 
no vouchers mentioned. 

36. Atwell, R.S. 1914. The appearance of polar bodies in the 
spermogenous tissue of Ricciocarpus natans (L.) Corda. 
Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 41:333-336. |l-Hj 
From Cook Co. during June and July; no specimen cited. 

37. Austin, C.F. 1869. Characters of some new Hepaticae 
(mostly North American), together with some notes on a 
few imperfectly described species. Proceedings of the 
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 1869:218- 
234. |1-H| Li,phofidea Hallii |sic| from lllmois; no counties 
listed (p. 222); collected by K, Hall; no specimen cited. 

38. Austin, C.F. 1872. New Hepaticae. Bulletin of the Torrey 
Botanical Club 3(3):9-18. \\-H\ Jungermannia Sullivanliae 
(sic) from Illinois (p. 12); collected b\ E. Hall, no counties 
listed, no specimen cited. 

39. Austin, C.F. 1880. Bryological notes and criticisms. Bul- 
letin of the Torrey Botanical Club 7:2-8. | 1-M| Wn^in Wnlp, 
|si< I ( = ir. vnidulii) liom Hhnois (Fulton Co.); no male plants 
found. 

40. Barkley, E.E. 1940. The influence of environmental factors 
on the growth, development, and structure of the game- 
tophyte of Funaria hygrometrica. M.S. thesis. The Univer- 
sity of Chicago. 27 p. | 1-M| Page 2, capsules collected I 2 
mile west of Burns' I)it< h Bridge on U.S. Route 12 in June 
1937 h\ Paul \'olh. but no youi her mentioned; culluring 
information. 

41. Barkley, E.E. 1941. Gemmae of Funaria hygrometrica. 
Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 
34:102-105. |I-M| Collected June 1937 Irom R-2; no spec- 

inii-n < itcd. 

42. Barnes, CR. 1887. A revision of the North American 
species of Fissidens. I. Botanical Gazette 12:1-8, 25-32. |3- 

M| F. grandijrons from Illinois (Wolf, Brendel), F. hallianus 
from Menard Co. (Athens, Hall), and F. ohiusifoliui from 
Fultcm Co. (Canton. Widft: p. 7,28,29. 

43. Barnes, C.R. 1897. Analytic keys to the genera and species 
of North American mosses. Revised and extended by F.D. 
Heald. Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin, Science 
Series l:x -t- 157-368. |1-M| AmhU^lrgium t<^gu,ph\ltum .ind 
Bryum iu\pidalum from Illinois, no counties listed; lyp<- li>- 
cality of Dirranum hun^eanu atalum (CcK)k); Orlholrichum spr- 
n<i\um (Winnebago); no specimens tiled. 

44. Best, G.N. 1898. Fa6ro/r.<Ara, new genus of mosses. Bulletin 
of the Torrey Botanical Club 25:108-109. |l M| lype lo- 
cality of F. .Muslim (sic| from Illinois collected by Wolf, no 
county listed: no specimen cited. 

45. Blair, M.C:. 1918. Studies in the morphology and embryol- 
ogy of Reboulia hemiiphaerica (L.) Raddi. M.S. thesis. 
Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. 53 p. + pi. 
XII. |1-H| From jo Daviess Co. (Miner's Gulch), collected 



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23 September 1917 and 14 April 1918; no mention of 
voucher; "This region . . . affords a fine environment for 
many species of brvophytes." 

46. Blair, M.C. 1922. Sporogenesis in Reboulia hemisphaerica 
(L.) Raddi. Ph.D. dissertation. Northwestern University, 
Evanston, Illinois. 39 p. + pi. IV (52 fig.). [1-H] From Jo 
Daviess Co.; no mention of voucher; very similiar to Blair 
(1918); review of sporogenesis literature. 

47. Blair, M.C. 1926. Sporogenesis in Reboulia hemisphaerica. 
Botanical Gazette 81:377-400 + pis. XXX, XXXI. |1 H| 

From Jo Daviess Co.; no mention of voucher 

48. Boewe, G.H., S.H. Barrick, and S.M. Hague. 1935. Mosses 
from Apple River Canyon, Mississippi Palisades and White 
Pine Forest State Parks. Transactions of the Illinois State 
Academy of Science 28:83-84. |63-M] Checklist for Carroll 
(36), Jo Daviess (40), and Ogle (24) cos.; collected in the fall 
of 1934, but no specimens cited. 

49. Bowers, M.C. 1966. New bryophytes for Colorado. Bryol- 
ogist 69:368-369. |1-M) Xhiiiim Inchomanes reported in U.S. 
from Illinois bv .Andrews (1959); no specimen cited. 

50. Brassard, G.R. 1984. The moss genus Timmia. 3. Sect. 
Timmia. Lindbergia 10:33-40. [1-M| T. inegapolilana van 
megapolilnna from Illinois (R-2,3), three to four populations 
on dot map (p. 38); specimens examined but not cited. 

51. Breen, D. 1985. The bryophytes of Fox Ridge State Park, 
Coles County, Illinois. M.S. thesis. Eastern Illinois Uni- 
versity, Charleston, iii + 20 p. [4-H, 68-M| .Annotated 
checklist with specimens cited (ElU), ecological information, 
frequency; Funnrm amencnna (Will) and Pohlnchum (Lake) 
from literature; Brshnia novae-angliae [?), Entodon brn'iselus 
[?], Lindbergia brachyptera [?] "without papillae," Thuidium 
abietinum [?]; contrary to the statement in the Methods 
Section, B.N. McKnight did not verify all the specimens. 

52. Brendel, F. 1859. Additions and annotations to Mr. La- 
pham's catalogue of Illinois plants. Transactions of the 
Illinois State Agricultural Society 3:583-587. |27-M| Report 
of bryophytes from "around Peoria" (R-3) with checklist; 
no specimens cited. 

53. Brendel, F. 1882. Flora Peoriana. Die vegetation im clima 
von mittel-Illlinois. Termeszetrajzi Fiizetek 5:299-405. |2- 

A, 17-H, 68-M| Annotated checklist (p. 289-292) of some 
bryophytes in the Peoria area (R-3) with a list of 4 liverworts 
and 34 mosses reported by Wolf & Hall in 1878 as yet absent 
around Peoria; reprinted in English, with additions and 
changes, in Brendel (1887); printed separately in Budapest 
(1882) by Buchdrucherei des Franklin-V'erein, 107 p., with 
checklist (p. 91-93). 

54. Brendel, F. 1882. Flora Peoriana. A catalogue of plants 
observed and collected in the vicinity of Peoria, III., 1852- 
1877, by Fred Brendel. The Pharmacist and Chemist 
15:263-268, 291-299. [2-A, 17-H, 72-Ml Checklist tor R-3 
(p. 298-299); no specimens cited. 

55. Brendel, F. 1887. Flora Peoriana. The vegetation in the 
climate of middle Illinois. J.W. Franks and Sons, Peoria, 
Illinois. 89 p. [2-A, 22-H. 78-M] Annotated checklist (p. 
65-67) of some bryophytes in the Peoria area (R-3) including 
a list of 7 liverworts and 39 mosses found by Wolf & Hall 
in Fulton Co. but not yet observed around Peoria; Fusidens 
grandifrnns and Gymnostonwm cun>troHrum [sic] from La Salle 
Co.; reprinted in English, with some changes, from Brendel 
(1882). 

56. Britton, E.G. 1894. Contributions to American bryology - 
VI. I. Western species of Orthotrichum. Bulletin of the 
Torrey Botanical Club 21:137-159. |1-M] 0. spenosum from 
Winnebago Co. collected bv Roll; no specimen cited. 

57. Britton, E.G. 1894. Contributions to American bryology - 



VII. A revision of the genus Physcomitrium, with descrip- 
tions of five new species. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical 
Club 21:189-208 -H pis. 197-203. [2-M| P. acummalum from 
La Salle Co. and from another unspecified location in Illinois, 
collected independently by J.W. Huett and E. Hall; P. drum- 
mandii. "Hall's Illinois specimens are probablv P. acumtna- 
lum." 

58. Britton, E.G. 1894. Contributions to American bryology, 

VIII. A revision of the genus Bruchia, with descriptions 
of types, and one new species. Bulletin of the Torrey 
Botanical Club 21:343-372 -i- pis. 213-217. |2-M| Page 349. 
B. hrei'ici>Uis from Illinois collected by V'asey; p. 350, "Dr. 
Vasey's specimens from Illinois are also immature, so young 
that they are still acaulescent, the calyptra is only just formed 
and the capsule is yet a mere thickening of the stout, curved 
pedicel. The leaves are subpapillose on the back, and spec- 
imens preserved in Austin's Herbarium, labeled B. be\ri- 
(hiann, Ringwood. McHenry Co.. HI. collected bv Dr \'asey, 
are corrected to B. uillnnnlii." 

59. Britton, E.G. 1895. Contributions to American bryology - 
XI. 3. Notes on the genus Leersia Hedw. Bulletin of the 
Torrey Botanical Club 22:447-458 -I- pis. 248,249. |I-M] 
Encnhpin nluiln trom Illinois, no counties listed; no specimen 
cited. 

60. Britton, E.G. 1913. Ditrichaceae. North American Flora 
15(l):55-67. [2-M] Bruchia texana and Pleuridium atlernijolium 
trom Illinois, no counties listed; no specimens cited. 

61. Burnette, D.C. 1981. Bryophytes of Rocky Branch Nature 
Preserve, Clark County, Illinois. M.S. thesis. Eastern Il- 
linois University, Charleston, v + 107 p. (I4-H. 36-M. 2- 
S] Contains descriptions, ecological information, and dot 
maps, with vouchers at EIU; Hookerm aculijolia, Xardia les- 
curn. Sphagnum girgemohnh, S. palustre, and Trichocotea lo- 
menlella: dot map for distribution of each species in Illinois 
based on literature reports. 

62. Calkins, W.W. 1910. Mosses of Cook County, Illinois. 
Bryologist 13:107-111. |49-M. 2-S] Annotated checklist, but 
no specimens cited; Hylocomuun tnquelrum. Sphagnum aculi- 

folium, and S. compaclum. 

63. Cardot, J., and I. Theriot. 1900. New or unrecorded mosses 
of North America. 1. Botanical Gazette 30:12-24 -t- pis. 2- 

5. (1-M| Phascum (uspidatum var. attwricanum trom Illinois, 
no county listed; no specimen cited. 

64. Cardot, J., and I. Theriot. 1901. New or unrecorded mosses 
of North America. Bryologist 4:75-76. |1-M] Phascum cui- 
pidalum trom Illinois, no counties listed; no specimens cited. 

65. Cardot, J., and I. Theriot. 1904. New or unrecorded mosses 
of North America. II. Botanical Gazette 37:363-382 -(■ pis. 
16-25. |1-M| Dicrnnum niatum trom Illinois. R-3 (Roll ISSS). 

66. Cardot, J,, and I. Theriot. 1905. New or unrecorded mosses 
of North America. Bryologist 8:8-11. (l-M) Dicranum Bon- 
jeant |sic] trom the Chicago area (probablv Cook Co.] by 
Roll 1S88. 

67. Carothers, Z.B., J.W. Moser, and J.G. Duckett. 1977. Ul- 
trastructural studies of spermatogenesis in the Anthocer- 
otales. II. The blepharoplast and anterior mitochondrion 
in Phaeoceros laeitis: later development. American Journal 
of Botany 64:1107-1116. |1-A| P. lan'is subsp. nirohnianus 
from Johnson Co.; no voucher mentioned. 

68. Carvey, K., D.R, Farrar, and D,C. Glenn-Lewin. 1977. 
Bryophytes and revegetalion of coal spoils in southern 
Iowa. Bryologist 80:630-637. |I-S] Page 635. O'Flahertv el 
al. (1975) reported this species {Sphagnum pmbrialum) as new 
to Illinois. "There it also occurs on a coal seep in McDonough 
Co." 

69. Chamberlin, M.A. 1980. The morphology and development 



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of the gametophytes of Fissidens and Bryoxiphium (Bry- 
ophyta). M.A. thesis. Southern Illinois University, Car- 
bondale. iii + 59 p. |1-M1 F. taxijuhin from Williamson Co.; 
culturing regime data with ontological descriptions and 
illustrations; voucher at SIU. 

70. Cheney, L.S. 1897. North American species of Amblysle- 
gium. Botanical Gazette 24:236-291 + pis. 11-13. |1-M| A. 
noterophilum from Illinois (p. 275); no county listed [probably 
R-2]; no specimen cited, reprinted by The University of 
Chicago Press, 1897. 

71. Chimney, M.J. 1984. First report of Ricciocarpus natans 
(L.) Corda (Marchantiales:Ricciaceae) from a strip mine 
impoundment. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy 
of Science 77:43-44. |1-H| From Knox Co.; no mention of 
voucher; water chemistr\ data for collection site. 

72. Christy, J.A., M.J. Dibben, F.J. Bowers, and R.E. Andrus. 
1986. Ten mosses new to Wisconsin. Evansia 3:12-13. [2- 

M, 2-S| Anomodon rugetii, Funaria flavicans. Sphagnum hen- 
ryeiue, and S. rcrunwrn from Illinois, no counties listed; from 
literature, no specimens cited. 

73. Clapp, G.L. 1912. The life history of Aneura pinguis. 
Botanical Gazette 54:177-193. (l-H) From Chicago area 
Iprobablv Cook Co.|; no specimen cited; p. 177,178. 

74. Clute, W.N. 1932. Swamp and dune. Published by the 
author, Indianapolis. 72 p. |2-M| Cenilnrlnn purpurinn and 
Pohlrichum from Will Co. (p. 7.8,14); no specimen cited. 

75. Conard, H.S. 1959. Am6/yj<egium. Bryologist 62:96-104. |5- 

M] A. brnipes and A. npanuiii (with three unnamed \aneiies 
.^BBC, .\Bc, .■\bc) from Illinois, no counties listed; no 
specimens cited. 

76. Conard, H.S. 1979. How to know the mosses and liverworts. 
2nd ed. Revised by P.L. Redfearn, Jr. Wm.C. Brown Co. 
Publ., Dubuque, Iowa, xi + 302 p. (lO-H, 29-M, 3-S| 
Numerous other taxa implied from Illinois, no counties 
listed; no specimens cited: descriptions, keys, and illustra- 
tions. 

77. Cowles, H.C. 1901. The plant societies of Chicago and 
vicinity. The Geographic Society of Chicago, Bulletin No. 

2. 76 p. |2-H, 3-M, 1-S| Bnum. C,'r„l,„l„„. Hnhhuhum a,m- 
miDie, Rirnii, Rirnnmrpo^, and Sphiii^niiiii from Cook Co.; 
extensive patch o( Sphtignum in extinct oxbow near Starved 
Rock (La Salle Co.): p. 32,39,41,44. 

78. Cowles, H.C. 1918. Part III. Botany. Pages 129-141 in CO. 
Sauer, G.H. Cady, and H.C. Cowles (eds.). Starved Rock 
State Park and its environs. The Geographic Society of 
Chicago, Bulletin No. 6. \ + 148 p. |I-A, 6-H, 1-M| 
Anlhoieri}\. Bln^w, Conocephnlum, Miirrluuilia, Pellia, Pohlri- 
chum, Rehindiii. and Srnpnnia from La Salle Co.; no specimens 
cited. 

79. Crandall-Stotler, B., and K.S. Renzaglia. 1984. Liverworts 
and hornworts of Garden of the Gods, Shawnee National 
Forest, Saline County, Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois 
State Academy of Science 77:45-50. |2-A. 3H-I1| Annotated 
checklist with specimens (iied. vouchers at SIU; Bazzniva 
Irirreniil'i. l.iiphiizin hirrninl/i , Smpritiiii uinhihiln. and Trirho- 
rolen liiinnilfUd . 

80. Crandall-Stotler, B., and R. Stotler. 1978. Liverworts and 
hornworts of Lusk Creek Canyon Nature Preserve, Pope 
County, Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State Acad- 
emy of Science 71:312-321. | 1 -A, 47-11 1 Annotated I heckhst 
with specimens cited, vouchers at SIU; comparison to num- 
ber of species found in other southern Illinois locations in 
Jackson (32), Union (21), and a previous Lusk Creek studv 
(34): Lfjeunea laflivirfin and Mnnupetln fmarginnln. 

81. Crosby, M.R., and L.E. Anderson. 1967. The mosses of a 
disjunct hemlock stand in the piedmont of North Carolina. 



Bryologist 70:299-311. (I-M) Thamnobryum alleghanimsf from 
Illinois, no counties listed; no specimen cited. 

82. Crotz, D.K. 1977. The status of Calypogeja fissa (L.) Raddi 
in North America. .M.S. thesis. Southern Illinois Univer- 
sity, Carbondale. vi + 114. |1-H) C. Jma subsp. niugaea in 
axenic culture from Gallatin Co.; "... no true C. fissa in 
North .America"; no voucher mentioned. 

83. Crum, H.A. 1956. Lindbergia brachyptera in North Amer- 
ica. Bryologist 59:203-212. | IM| From Coles. Uu Page, and 
Fulton COS., one dot map; specimens cited. 

84. Crum, H.A. 1958. Anacamptodon in North America. Bryol- 
ogist 61:136-140. (1-M| A. ipUuhnoides from Illinois (R-3), 
no specimens cited. 

85. Crum, H.A. 1983. Mosses of the Great Lakes forest. 3rd 
ed. University of Michigan Herbarium, Ann Arbor. 417 

p. (7-.\I] BiMtin filgoi'U'uni, B. uhgntii\uiri, Callwrgt/n cordtjuhuin, 
Helodium blundoun, Plagiolheiium denluulatum, Pliihdicta iub- 
tile, and Pohlrichum juniperinum var. ajjine from Illinois, no 
counties listed or specimens cited; excellent keys, illustra- 
tions, descriptions, and ecological information; eds. I (1973 
and 1974) and 2 (1976) list the same taxa. 

86. Crum, H.A. 1984. Sphagnopsida, Sphagnaceae. North 
American Flora, Series II, ll:iv + 180. |6-S| Superior 
treatment with illustrations, ke\s, and descriptions; no coun- 
ties listed; no specimens cited; Sphagnum centrale, S. imhri- 
cnlum, 5. papillosum, S. subifcuiidum var. cotilortum, S. teres, 
and S. warnstorfii. 

87. Crum, H.A., and L.E. Anderson. 1955. Taxonomic studies 
in the Funariaceae. Bryologist 58:1-15. |3-M] EnlOilhodon 
neu\idlu-u\ i = Piilliii rnndu) Illinois, Ph^^comtlrium acuminatum 
(from Illinois according to Lesquereux &: James) specimens 
from Illinois named by Grout are actually P. pyri/orme: Britton 
applied the name Putlia randii to plants from Illinois, al- 
though she adinilledlv had not seen authentic specimens. 

88. Crum, H.A., and L.E. Anderson. 1956. Taxonomic studies 
on North American mosses. I-V. Journal of the Elisha 
Mitchell Scientific Society 72:276-291. |2-M1 Ortlwtnchum 
pumihim and O. puullum from Illinois, no counties listed; no 
specimens cited. 

89. Crum, H.A., and L.E. Anderson. 1965. The taxonomy and 
distribution of Acaulon schimperianum. Bryologist 68:208- 
211. |1-M| From Menard Co., ■likeU hood |sic| ... seems 
plaiisiblf;" 11(1 specimen citc-d. 

90. Crum, H.A., and L.E. Anderson. 1981. Mosses of eastern 
North America. 2 vols. Columbia University Press, New 
York. 1328 p. |.'j8-M. 6-S| Taxa reported from Bureau, 
Hancock, and Johnson cos., but most reports are from 
unspecified Illinois locations: some specimens cited; chro- 
mosome count tor Mnium ajjine var. ciliare (n=l)) and ignoring 
an early count (n=12) for Tiinmin megapnlilnna: C.rnloneurnn 
lommutatum and Scnpelophila ligulata. 

91. Darlington, H.T. 1964. The mosses of Michigan. Cran- 
brook Institute of Science, Bulletin No. 47. 212 p. |2-M| 
Amhhstegiella suhlih^ and Turlula papilloma trom Illinois, no 
counties listed; no specimens ciled. 

92. Davidonis, G.H., and M.H. Munroe. 1972. Apical domi- 
nance in Marchantia: correlative inhibition of neighbor 
lobe growth. Botanical Gazette 133:177-184. |1-H| M. pa- 
hmorphii ccillecled in 19.').') I)\ P \oth. 9 miles south of 
Oregon. Ogle- Co. (p. 178); no mention of voucher 

93. Davis, B.M. 1901. Nuclear studies on Pellia. Annals of 
Botany 15:147-180. | l-Hj /W/m epiphytla from Starved Rock, 
I..1 Salle Co. in 1899; n=8; no mention ol voucher. 

94. DiMichele, W.A., and T.L. Phillips. 1976. Thallilrt dicho- 
pleurus sp. nov. from the Middle Pennsylvanian Mazon 



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Creek flora. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 103:218- 
222. 1 1 -H I Type specimen PP 1 9467 (F) of fossil from Grundy 
Co.; "T. dichopleurus is either an alga or a thalloid liver- 
wort ... .If it were an hepatic, the Metzgeriales would be 
the closest in comparable morphology."; illustration and 
photographs. 

95. Downing, E.R. 1924. A naturalist in the Great Lakes 
region. 2nd ed. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 
Illinois. XXV + 336 p. |4-H, 1-M, 1-S| Conocephalum, Mnr- 
chantia, Riccia. Rirnocarpoi, and Sphagnum from R-2; Pohlri- 
chum sp. from La Salle Co.; no specimens cited; p. 194,234,265. 

96. Duerr, J.J. 1967. A study of succession on an acid peat 
bog in Kane County, Illinois. M.S. thesis. Northern Illinois 
University, De Kalb. vii + 59 p. (3-M. 2-S| Duranum rugoium 
[?), XUuuin sp., Pohtnchum commune. Sphagnum magellanicum, 
and Sphagnum sp. (extensive); no voucher data. 

97. Dupler, A.W. 1922. The male receptacle and antheridium 
of Reboulia hemisphaerica. American Journal of Botany 
9:285-295. 1 1 -H | Second group of material for developmental 
morphology study was secured from near Mt. Carroll (Carroll 
Co.) January to August 1916; no voucher mentioned. 

98. Dybas, H.S. 1978. The systematics and geographical and 
ecological distribution of Ptiliopycna, a Nearctic genus of 
parthenogenetic featherwing beetles (Coleoptera: 
Ptiliidae). American Midland Naturalist 99:83-100. (3 S| 

At least three sphagna {Sphagnum magellanuum, S. squarro- 
sum, and 5. lerei) from Lake Co. and R-2: no vouchers 
mentioned. 

99. Emerson, F.W. 1921. Subterranean organs of bog plants. 
Botanical Gazette 72:359-374. 1 1-S] Sphagnum sp. from Cook 

and Lake cos.; no vouchers mentioned. 

100. Emmitt, R.W. 1950. Fontinalis disticha and Fissidens hal- 
lianus reported from Ohio. Bryologist 53:237. |1-M] F. 
hallianus is listed by Grout (1928) as having been reported 
from Illinois; no specimen cited. 

101. Evans, A.W. 1906. Notes on New England Hepaticae,-IV. 
Rhodora 8:34-35. |1-H| Page 40, Lnphncolm Hallu |sic| of 
Illinois (.Austin, 1 869), "a doubtful species," no county listed. 

102. Evans, A.W. 1910. Notes on New England Hepaticae,-VIII. 
Rhodora 12:193-204. [1-H| Page 193, Ricaa sorucarpa from 
Illinois according to Underwood (1894), no county listed; 
no specimen cited. 

103. Evans, A.W. 1912. Notes on New England Hepaticae,-IX. 
Rhodora 14:1-18. |1-H| Riccia leicuriana from Illinois (on 
authority of Austin), no county listed; no specimen cited. 

104. Evans, A.W. 1914. Notes on New England Hepaticae,-XI. 
Rhodora 16:62-76. |1-H] Page 64, Xeesiella rupestns from 
Illinois, no county listed; no specimen cited. 

105. Evans, A.W. 1917. Notes on New England Hepaticae,-XIV. 
Rhodora 19:263-272. |1-H| Page 264, Rnna fnulu from 
Illinois bv J. Wolf, trom literature, no county listed. 

106. Evans, A.W., and G.E. Nichols. 1908. The bryophytes of 
Connecticut. Connecticut Geological and Natural History 
Survey Bulletin No. 11. 203 p. |1-H, 3-M| Anacampludon 
splachnoidfs, Eludium paludu\um, Frullania bnttoniaf, and P\- 
laiiia subdenticulala from Illinois, no counties listed; no 
specimens cited. 

107. Evers, R.A. 1952. Hill prairies of Illinois. Ph.D. disser- 
tation. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. v -I- 148 

p. [I-H] Rfhoulia hfmi\phat'nra [probably misdetermint-d 
Mannia fragum] from R-3 and R-5; no specimens cited. 

108. Evers, R.A. 1955. Hill prairies of Illinois. Illinois Natural 
History Survey Bulletin 26:367-446. |1-H| Rehmtha hnrii^- 
phaenca (probably misdetermined Mnnnia /ragans] from Il- 



linois, no counties listed, primarily along bluffs of Illinois 
and Mississippi rivers (R-3); no specimens cited. 

Evers, R.A. 1961. Presidential Address. Natural or sci- 
entific areas: and Illinois resource. Transactions of the 
Illinois State Academy of Science 54:3-12. [1-M, 1-Sj The 
sandstone ledges at Little Bay Creek (Pope Co.) supf>ort 
patches of various mosses including species of Gnmmia, which 
are deep green when wet but almost black when dry; 
Sphagnum sp. occurs on the sandstone wall of ravine in Little 
Grand Canyon (Jackson Co.). 

Evers, R.A. 1964. Rocky Branch unusual nature area. 
Outdoor Illinois 3(2):31-32. (I-H, 1-S| Conocephalum conicum 
and Sphagnuyn from Clark Co.; no specimens cited. 

Evers, R.A., and C.C. Hofl'. 1946. Siloam Springs State 
Park. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 
39:50-56. [I-M] Pohtnchum commune from Adams and/or 
Brown cos.; "mosses are abundant"; no specimens cited but 
noted that most plants are vouchered at ILL or ILLS. 

Evers, R.A., and L.M. Page. 1977. Some unusual natural 
areas in Illinois. Illinois Natural History Survey, Biolog- 
ical Notes 100. 47 p. (1-H, 2-M, 1-S] Conocephalum comcum 
(Clark), Gnmmia (Pope), Poltlnchum (Jefferson), and Sphag- 
num (Clark, Jackson, Lake, Pope); (p. 11,20,24,28,30, 
37,38,40); previously published by Evers (1963) as Biological 
Notes 50, with the same taxa listed. 

Fell, E.W. 1957. Plants of a northern Illinois sand deposit. 
American Midland Naturalist 58:441-451. (1-M, 1-S] Win- 
nebago Co., with vouchers at ISM but no specimens cited; 
"The sand plains and dunes contain a number of well- 
developed, shallow Sphagnum bogs . . . .Sphagnum is largely 
replaced by Pohtnchum in places that are getting 
dry ... .Pohtnchum commune is an important mat former 
which covers large areas to the exclusion of other growth, 
unidentified mosses are less important." 

Fell, E.W., and G.B. Fell. 1957. The ravine flora of Win- 
nebago County, Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State 
Academy of Science 50:83-89. (2-H, 1-M] The slopmg base 
of the cliff and the talus are thickly covered in places with 
Lunulana [?], Marchanlia, Pohtnchum , and unidentified mosses; 
no specimens cited. 

Fife, A.J. 1979. Taxonomic observations on three species 
of North American Funaria. Bryologist 82:204-214. (3-M] 
Lesquereux and James (1884) reported F. microstoma from 
Illinois based on collections by Patterson from Oquawka 
(Henderson Co.) and by Schneck (Wabash Co.). These col- 
lections as well as a third Illinois collection are preserved in 
the James Herbarium; all are F . flavicans or mixtures of F. 
fiavicam and F. h\grometnca\ Grout (1935) reported the North 
American distribution of F. microstoma s.s. to include Illinois 
(he did not study the misnamed Illinois material mentioned 
above). 

Flowers, S. 1930. Pottia randii Kennedy. Bryologist 33:30. 

[3-M[ Ambhstegium serpens, Drepanocladus aduncus vars., and 
Pottia randii (two populations, fruiting) collected in Chicago 
(Cook Co.) on 20 July by author; no specimens mentioned. 

Flowers, S. 1973. Mosses: Utah and the West. Edited by 
A. Holmgren. Brigham Young University Press, Provo, 
Utah, xii -I- 567 p. (5-M| Brachythecium campestre, Bryum 
uligino\um, Plagiothecium muellenanum, Pter\goneuron subses- 
ule, and Tortula mucroni/otia from Illinois, no counties listed; 
no specimens cited. 

Freeman, G.W. 1974. A survey of the bryophytes of the 
western one-third of Hancock County, Illinois. M.S. thesis. 
Western Illinois University, Macomb, vii + 47 p. \l-.\, 22- 
H, 98-M] Annotated checklist with vouchers at SMS. SlU. 
and WIU; .\steretla saccata, .\tnchum crupum, Barbula cancel- 
lata, Fissidens exiguus, Frullania kunzei (?], Physcomitnum im- 
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119. Fritsch, R. 1982. Index lo plant chromosome numbers - 
Bryophyta. F.A. Stafleu (ed.). Regnum Vegetabile 108:xiv 

+ 268 p. |I-A, l-H| \olulh\Uii iirlniuian, (n = (a. b + ace.) 
mitoiic; Pellm epifihytta (n=8) meitatic and milotic; no men- 
tion of specific locations or vouchers. 

120. Frye, T.C., and L. Clark. 1937-1947. Hepaticae of North 
America. University of Washington Publications in Biol- 
ogy 6(1-5):1-1022. |4-A. ri5H| From R-3 (0.1), Champaign 
(0.6). Cook (0.1), Du Page (0.3). Hardin (0,1), La .Salle (0,2). 
and Peoria (0.1) cos., with the rest from unspecified locations 
in Illinois: some specimens cited; Pleurorlarin nlhesren\ \'-]. 

121. Fuller, CD. 1917. The vegetation of the Chicago region. 
An outline of some of the principal plant associations 
together with lists of their principal species. Published 
privately, Chicago. 28 p. |1-A. «-H. 2-M| Aneum ptngms. 
AtUhocero\ lani\, BUiMti fjunUa, Cephaiozm, Marchantia pol\- 
morpha, Pellia epiph\lln, Rebuulia, Riccwrarpos nalam, and 
Scapnnm nemoroM from Cook Co.; Pohtrichum junipenniim 
and P. piUjrrum from La Salle Co.; p. 21-22. 

122. Galligar, G.C. 1934. Some bryophytes of Macon County, 
Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of 
Science 27:60-61. |.5-H. 36-M| Annotated checklist, no spec- 
imens cited. 

123. Garber, J.F. 1904. The life history of Ricciocarpus natans. 
Botanical Gazette 37:161-177. | l-H| From the Chicago area 
(R-2) (probably Cook Co.|; no specimen cited. 

124. Gatchell. S.L. 1978. The effects of sulphur dioxide on 
selected hepatics. M.S. thesis. Eastern Illinois University, 
Charleston, iv -H 53 p. |4-H| Hta^m pustlla m^d Jnmeunuelln 
nulumnnhi from Coles Co.; Lophocotea heleruphylla and Scn- 
pama nemorosn from Clark Co.; sites for Blasia indjameson- 
leUa are switched; no vouchers. 

125. Gates, F.C. 1912. The vegetation of the beach area in 
northeastern Illinois and southeastern Wisconsin. Bulletin 
of the Illinois Slate Laboratory of Natural History 9:255- 
372 -I- pis. XXXVII-LVl. |2-H. \-\\\ Marchantia polytwrpha, 
Puhlnrhum ]un)pertnum, and Hirna fiuilniu from Lake Co.. 
(p. 353) some specimens cited from F. ILL. and author's 
collection; (p. 299) unidentified mosses are secondary species 
in bunch-grass association; (p. 313) unidentified mosses in 
Quercus veluUnn association; (p. 322) Kirna tends to remain 
nearer the border of the X\mphuea and T\pha in the Lemna- 
Riccia association, numerous small animal forms are associ- 
ated: (p.327) Rkna is frequent in Phrngnules-Ttpha associa- 
tion; (p. 330) an abundance o{ Marrhnnlia may occasionally 
be found in association with Calnmagruitis:(p. H4) Pnl\lrirhum 
associated with O^munda rfgnln: (p. 335) "mrjsses" are sec- 
ondary species in PolenliUu frulicoMt association. 

126. Gleason, H.A. 1903. Notes on some southern Illinois 
plants. Torreya 3:1-3. |1-H| Page 2. in southern Illinois 
Heurhern pan f/lora grows in abundance with Marrhanlia and 
other Hepalitae. no counties listed; no vouchers mentioned. 

127. Gleason, H.A. 1910. The vegetation of the inland sand 
deposits of Illinois. Bulletin of the Illinois State Labora- 
tory of Natural History 9:23-174 + pis. I-XX. | I-M| Poly- 
Irichum funtpennum Irom Winnebago and Henderson cos.". 
(p. 112-114) The Pohtnrhum association; (p. 1 15) The Salix 
and Polylrirhum associations occupy parallel positions, but 
develop under different conditions. Pnhirirliiim association 
may develop at almost any level in the blowout: (p. I 16) 
Polylrichiim may coloni/e not onlv under (he Sohilnp) but also 
under a more xerophylic type o( vegetation as well. The 
mats of Polylrirhuni on the other hand, produce a peaty layer 
over the sand, which becomes so thick that it retains standing 
water and admits of the development of a pond socielv: also 
p. 46.54.67.72.105.133,138.147.151,160.161.162. 165.168. 
and plate XXII. 

128. Grant, F.R., and S.M. Hague. 1931. A list of mosses from 



Vermilion County, Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois 

State Academy of Science 24:122-123. |42-M| Checklist with 

collection (Kile; no spemiletis < ited, 

129. Grolle, R. 1968. Monographie der galtung /Vou'e//ia. Jour- 
nal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 31:20-49. |I-HJ 
Page 31. .V. tunijolia from Illinois according lo literature 
(Frye & Clark. 1945); dot map (p. 46) from east central 
Illinois (R-3). 

130. Grout, A.J. 1896. A preliminary revision of the North 
American Isotheciaceae. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical 
Club 23:223-233. (4--VI] Climanuin amer\(auutn and t'.utodon 
aiinpii-^su^ from Illinois with no counties listed. E. sedudrix 
var. tanceiilata (new variety) from Hanging Rock, Wabash 
Co.. 3 April 1890 (/. Sfhnerk), and P\laisielln iubdftiliculala 
from .\thens, Menard Co. (Hall). 

131. Grout, A.J. 1897. A revision of the North American Iso- 
theciaceae and Brachythecia. Memoirs of the Torrey Bo- 
tanical Club 6:131-210. |4-M| Same taxa and data as Grout 

(1896). 

132. Grout, A.J. 1898. A revision of the North American Eur- 
hynchia. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 25:221- 
256. |3-M] Bnhaw ^raminualor and Cirnphyllam Im.ni from 
Illinois, no county listed, no specimen cited; Eurh\nchium 
sirigomm robuilum tvpe loc. vicinitv of Chicago (Cook Co.), 
dup. Columbia Univ.; p. 227.232.239. 

133. Grout, A.J. 1928-1934. Moss flora of North America north 
of Mexico. Vol. III. 4 parts, with sections by A.J. Sharp 
and W.H. Welch. Published by A.J. Grout, New York (Parts 
1 & 2) and Newfane, Vermont (Parts 3 & 4). 277 p. -t- 80 

pis. |I2-M| Anacamptodon splachnoidei, Ambhilegiella minulis- 
sima. A. iuhlilh [sic], Brachelyma subulalum. Bryhnia gramini- 
rolor, Cirnphyllum bosai, Entndon seduclrix v. lanceolala (Wa- 
bash). Eurhvichium ilngosum var. rubuslum (Cook - type loc), 
Fonlinalii musourirn (Will), Helodium pnludoium, Ltndbergia 
brachyptera v. austinti (type), and P\lnisia suhdenticulain (Men- 
ard); some specimens cited. 

134. Grout, A.J. 1933-1940. Moss flora of North America north 
of Mexico. Vol. II. 4 parts, with sections by A.L. Andrews, 
S. Flowers, G.N. Jones, G. Sayre, and W.C. Steere. Pub- 
lished by A.J. Grout, Newfane, Vermont. 285 p. -t- 115 pis. 

|15-M| Bartrnmm pomijormii v. rri\pa. Bnam ceruuum, B. 
pfudulum, Dtsfeltum nudum, Entho.^todon Drumtnondii |sic|, 
F.phemerum crasnnerfium, E. crassinenium v. papillosum, Fu- 
narin mirroilonia, Meesia hexasticha, M. longnela (R-2), Orlho- 
Irichum pusitlum, Phihnolis marchica, Physromitrium arumina- 
lum, Plugwpus vederi, and Pohlw earned (Fulton): some 
specimens cited. 

135. Grout, A.J. 1936-1939. Moss flora of North America north 
of Mexico. Vol. 1. 4 parts, with sections by S.A. Cain, E.J. 
Craig, S. Flowers, T.C. Frye, I.M. Haring, A.J. Sharp, W.C. 
Steere, and W.T. Wareham. Published by A.J. Grout, New- 
fane, Vermont. 264 p. + 129 pis. |13-M) Amul.m tubrum, 
AloDiii aloidfi V. amhigun (Menard), Alnina rigida, Brurhia 
lexann, DesmaUidnn plinlhobiu^. D. portrrt, Enealypta prnrrra 
(Will), E. \lreplorarpo (Will), Fissidrns Hallianus (sic) (Menard, 
type loc, "... on stem Cephalnnlhus with Fissidens fonlanus, 
in sunken hole . . . "). Pmiin Rnndii |sic| (C(K>k). Plrngnnrurnii 
w//>icvm/c. and Turtula papillnui: some specimens <itc-d. 

136. Grout, A.J. 1943. Fissidentaceae. North American Flora 

l5(3):l67-202 -t- 10 pis. (1-M| Fissidrny Hallianu. (sic| Irom 
■Athens (Menard Co.). Ivpe loc. Hall. 

137. Grout, A.J. 1946. Ortholrichaceae. North American Flora 
15A:l-62 -^ 5 pis. |I-M| Onhnlrirhuw pusillum Irom Illinois. 
no (oiiMlies lisieil. no specimen cited. 

138. Grunwald, C, and D. Szafoni. 1983. Revegetalion study 
of Longwall Mine wastes in northern Illinois. Abandoned 
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174 p. [2-H, 8-M, 1-S] Checklist from various mine spoil 
piles in Bureau (Ceralodon purpureus, Dicranella heteromalla, 
and Milium cuipidatum), Grundy (Ceralodon purpureus), La 
Salle (Ceralodon purpureus), and Putnam cos. (Aulacommum 
patustre, Barbula unguuulata, Callicladium haldanianum, Ce- 
phatozia hicuspidala, Ceralodon purpureus, DUrichum pallidum, 
Jungermannia grac>lluna,Pohlia nutans, and Sphagnum cenlrale: 
(p. 20,29,30,41,42,45,55,64); vouchers at ILLS. 

139. Hague, S.M. 1930. Illinois mosses. Transactions of the 
Illinois State Academy of Science 22:220-249. |264-M] 
Checklist treating Adams (1), Carroll (10), Champaign (37), 
Cook (117), Du Page (4), Fulton (117), Hancock (2), Hen- 
derson (19), Henry (4), Johnson (4), Kane (3), Kankakee 
(15), Lake (81), La Salle (15), Marion (14), Mason (1), 
McHenry (9), McLean (1), Menard (120), Ogle (16), Peoria 
(74), Pulaski (2), Randolph (1), Rock Island (20), Sangamon 
(2), Schuyler (1), Stark (10), Tazewell (1), Union (6), Wabash 
(1), Will (65), Winnebago (1), and Woodford (1) cos.; no 
specimens cited. 

140. Hague, S.M. 1934. Mosses from the Illinois Ozarks. Trans- 
actions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 27:62-63. 

[74-M, 1-S) Checklist treating Hardin (3), Johnson (46), Pope 
(26), Saline (26), Union (14), and Williamson (1) cos.; Sphag- 
num sp. from Johnson Co.; no specimens cited. 

141. Hague, S.M. 1937. Illinois liverworts. Transactions of the 
Illinois State Academy of Science 30:118-124. |5-A, 62-H] 
Checklist treating Carroll (0,2), Champaign (0,4), Cook 
(1,22), De Kalb (0,1), Du Page (0,3), Fulton (4,35), Hender- 
son (0,1), Jo Daviess (0,1), Johnson (0,5), Kankakee (0,2), 
Knox (0,1), Lake (0,6), La Salle (1,8), Macon (0,1), Marion 
(0,1), Menard (2,33), Ogle (0,3), Peoria (3,24), Rock Island 
(0,3), Stark (2,2), St. Clair (2,17), Tazewell (0,2), Union (1,5), 
Wabash (0,5), and Will (1,5) cos.; no specimens cited, but 
some voucher data. 

142. Hague, S.M., and R.V. Drexler. 1938. Recent collections 
of Illinois liverworts. Transactions of the Illinois State 
Academy of Science 31:1 13-1 14. |2-A, 29-H] Checklist treat- 
ing Carroll (0,2), Champaign (0,5), Hardm (0,4), Jersey (0,1), 
Jo Daviess (0,6), Johnson (0,5), Lake (0,2), La Salle (0,2), 
Marion (0,1), McLean (0,1), Ogle (0,1), Peoria (1,1), Pope 
(0,1), Saline (0,7), Tazewell (1,1), Union (0,2), Vermilion 
(0,3), and White (0,1) cos.; specimens cited. 

143. Hague, S.M., and S.A. Holmes. 1933. A report of mosses 
collected from Coles and Crawford counties, Illinois. 
Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 
25:124-126. (48-M] Annotated checklist for Coles (31) and 
Crawford (31) cos.; no specimens cited. 

144. Hatcher, R.E. 1952. Some bryophytes of southern Illinois. 
Bryologist 55:223-227. |2-A, 26-H, 72-M, l-Sj Notes and 
checklist treating Jackson, Pope, and Union cos.; no Pope 
Co. sites or taxa listed. 

145. Hatcher, R.E. 1957. The genus Trichocolea in North, Cen- 
tral and South America - (Hepaticae). Lloydia 20:139-185. 

[1-H| T. tomentella from Jackson and Ogle cos.; no specimens 
cited. 

146. Hatcher, R.E. 1965. Towards the establishment of a pure 
culture collection of Hepaticae. Bryologist 68:227-231. |6- 

H| Frullania ehoracensts (Randolph), Jamesnnietla aulumnalis 
(Randolph), Leucolejeunea clypeala (Randolph), Lophocotea het- 
erophylla (Jackson), Rndula ohrnnirn (Jackson), and Scapania 
nemorosa (Pope); specimens cited, 

147. Hatcher, R.E. 1967. Experimental studies of variation in 
Hepaticae. I. Induced variation in Lophocolea heterophylla. 
Brittonia 19:178-201. |1-H| Two populations trom Jackson 
Co., with culturing information, illustrations, tables, and 
results from different media under uniform environmental 
regimes. 



species concept. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Labo- 
ratory 35:202-251. |1-H| F. lamarnci subsp. a.aeravma from 
Illinois, no count) lisled; no specimen cited (p. 232). 

149. Haupt, A.W. 1921. Embryogeny and sporogenesis in Re- 
boulia hemisphaerica. Botanical Gazette 71:446-453. [1-H| 
From Cook and Stephenson cos. (p. 446); no voucher cited. 

150. Henderson, L.B. 1929. The plants of Castle Rock. A 
preliminary report. Transactions of the Illinois State Acad- 
emy of Science 21:144-151. |2-H, 2-M] Conurephalum, Grim- 
mia, Pohtrichum junipennum, and Rebuuha from Ogle Co.; 
no specimens cited. 

151. Hill, E.J. 1886. A botanical diary. Botanical Gazette 11: 183- 

184. |1-M| W'etsia viridula |sic] from Cook Co.; no specimen 
cited. 

152. Hill. E.J. 1902. Fissidens grandifrons, its habits and prop- 
agation. Bryologist 5:56-58. |1-M| From La Salle Co., JuK 
1901. 

153. Hill, E.J. 1903. Branched paraphyses of Bryum roseum. 
Bryologist 6:80-81. [1-H, 2-M] From Du Page Co. in asso- 
ciation with Alrichum anguslalum and Porelta plalfph\lla: no 
specimens cited. 

154. Hill. E.J. 1905. Encalypta procera Brid. Bryologist 8:107- 
110. [1-H, 2-M) From Will Co. in association with Brachy- 
Ihecium and Rehoulia; no specimens cited. 

155. Hill, E.J. 1907. The validity of some species of Fissidens. 
Bryologist 10:67-74. |9-M) Fissidens br\oides and F. mconstans 
from Cook Co.; Gymnoslomum calcareum from Will Co.; Am- 
bhslegium varium, Anomodon, Dicranella heleromalln, F. crisla- 
lus, F. s\no>cus, and Mnium cuspidalum from Illinois, no 
counties listed; no specimens cited. 

156. Hill, E.J. 1909. Note on Amblystegium noterophilum. Bryol- 
ogist 12:108-109. [4-M) .\mblystegium irriguum spiiiijolium and 
A. nolerophilum from Cook Co.: ,4. nolerphilum, A. riparium, 
and Drepanodadus aduncus from Will Co.; no specimens 
cited. 

157. Hill, E.J. 1910. Charles R. Barnes and Julius Roll's col- 
lections of mosses in North America. Bryologist 13:105- 
107. [1-M, 1-S) Dirranum Bonjeant var. alatum [sic) and 
Sphagnum from Cook and/or Lake cos.; no specimens cited. 

158. Hill, E.J. 1912. Characteristic features of the lake and 
peat-swamp flora of Lake County, Illinois. IV. The peat 
swamp flora, special features. Pages 338-352. i" J-J- Halsey 
(ed.), A history of Lake County, Illinois. R.S. Bates, Pub- 
lisher, Thomson, Illinois. 872 p. |1-M, 1-S) Pnlurirhum 
slriclum and Sphagnum "many colors"; no specimens cited 
or vouchers mentioned. 

159. Hill, E.J. 1914. Notes on the distribution of Polytrichum 
strictum and some associated sphagna. Bryologist 17:63- 

64. [2-M, 4-S| Aulacumnium palusttc, Pohlrichum stratum. 
Sphagnum Aculijolium [sic[, 5. fuscum, S. rubellum, and 5. 
irarnstorfii from Lake Co.; no specimens cited. 

160. Hill, E.J. 1915. Fontinalis umbackii Cardot. Bryologist 
18:10-12. |1-M[ From Will Co.; no specimen cited.' 

161. Hill, E.J. 1916. Notes on Funaria. Bryologist 19:35-37. [2- 

H, 1-M| Funaria americana, Grimaldia fragrans, and Rehoulia 
hemispharriia from Will Co.; no specimens cited. 

162. Holferly, G.M. 1904. The archegonium of Mnium cuspi- 
dalum. Botanical Gazette 37:106-126. 1 1-\1| From Cook and 
La Salle cos. (p. IO(i); no specimens cited. 

163. Holzinger, J.M. 1905. Some recently described North 
American Polytricha. Bryologist 8:29-31. j 1-M) Pohlruhum 
denpi.-iis from Cnok Co., Xw/ ISl I. ISl^. ISSS^ 



148. Hattori, S. 1972. Frullania tamarisci-complex and the 164. Homoya, M. A. 1977. Distribution and ecology of the genus 



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Isotria in Illinois. M.S. thesis. Southern Illinois University, 
Carbondale. vi + 104. |(5-M. 1-S| Alrulium rDigmlnliim. Cli- 
macium nmeruiinum, Dnranum scopnnum. Milium ctisfiiilalum. 
Sphagnum sp., and Thmdium deticatutum from Randolph Co.; 
Lfucohryum glaucum and Sphagnum sp. from Pope Co.; in- 
complete title for figure 7 (p. 88), assumed to be for /. 
medeoloides: no specimens cited. 

165. Hopkins, C.E.O. 1969. Vegetation of fresh-water springs 
of southern Illinois. Castanea 34:121-145. |'2 A. 10 H. 23- 

\\\ From Gallatm (1.4.7), Hardin (0.1.4). Pi)|K- (1 .2. 10), and 
Union (2,7,1 2); "52 bryophytes", but only ib listed in article; 
community ecology, site maps, no specimens cited but vouch- 
ers at SIU; some inaccurate topographic data; reprint, with 
some omissions, of Ott (1968). 

166. Horton, D.G. 1983. A revision of the Encalyptaceae (Musci), 
with particular reference to the North American taxa. Part 
II. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 54:353- 
532. |1-M| Encahpta prwern from R-2; dot map (p. 396); no 
specimen cited. 

167. Horton, D.G., and D.H. Vitt. 1976. Morphological char- 
acters, relative to distribution, and taxonomic considera- 
tions of the genus Climacium in North America. Canadian 
Journal of Botany 54:1872-1883. 1 1-M| C. amencanum from 
Illinois; p. 1874 and 1876 (Fig. 1 and 2) dot map with three 
populations (R-2, 3, 5); p. 1882 (Fig. 25) range map encom- 
passing all of Illinois; specimens examined but not cited. 

168. Howe, M.A. 1897. The North American species of Porella. 
Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 24:512-528. | l-H| P. 
pmnala from Illinois (Srhnerk). (probably Wabash Co.|. 

169. Huett, J.W. 1898. Musci and Hepaticae, mosses and liv- 
erworts. Pages 150-152 in J.W. Huett (ed.). An essay toward 
a natural history of La Salle County, Illinois. Part II - 
Geology and Zoology. Fair-Dealer, Ottawa, Illinois, [vii] 

+ 174p. |2-H,20-M, 1-.S| Annotated checklist with specimens 
cited. 

170. Husa, J.G. 1956. Mosses of the campus woods. M.S. thesis. 
Northern Illinois University, De Kalb. 26 p. |11-M| Am- 
hhitegium serpen\, A. x'nrium. Atrirhum nngusliilum. Dicranum 
fusrescens (?], Ftsudem laxifolius, Leplodiclyum npanum, L. 
tnchnpndium, Leikea grruilescem, Mnium ruspidatum, Physcomi- 
trium turbinalum. ancl RhynrhoUegium serrulalum from De Kalb 
Co., with habitat data; no vouchers mentioned. 

171. Ireland, R.R. 1966. A taxonomic revision of the genus 
Plagioihecium for North America, north of Mexico. Ph.D. 
dissertation. University of Washington, (v) + vi+ 159 p. 

16-M| hriplengium hnrrerinnum (Pope), /. dfplanatum ( Ta/ewell 
and on dot map from (^lark. Cook. Fulton, and Menard), /. 
taxirameum (Clark), Plngiolhenum denlirulnlum (Cook), P. roe- 
ieanum (Cook), and Shnrpielln lurfaren (dot map from R-3); 
specimens cited; p. 42,4.5,70,101,110,152,153,155,156. 

172. Ireland, R.R. 1969. Taxonomic studies on the genus Atri- 
chum in North America. Canadian Journal of Botany 
47:353-368. |1-M| A. nllem^lalum from Peoria Co. {C.ha<,e 
1120). 

173. Ireland, R.R. 1969. A taxonomic revision of the genus 
Plagioihecium for North America, north of Mexico. Pub- 
lications in Botany, No. 1. National Museums of Canada. 
National Mu.scum of Sciences, Ottawa, viii + 118 p. |7-M| 

Descriptions, keys, specimens cited, dot maps, and excellent 
illustrations; Isnplerygium dislirharrum (Jackson), /. flegnns 
(Pope), Plagiothrnum denlirulntum (Cook). P. rneseanum (Cook), 
Sharptflln lurfacea (R-3), Tnxiphyllum deplanalum (Tazewell, 
Vermilion, R-2), and 7". Inxirnmfum (Clark, Vermilion. R-3). 

174. Ireland, R.R. 1982. Moss flora of the Maritime Provinces. 
Publications in Botany. No. 13. National Mu.seums of 
Canada. National Museum of Sciences, Ottawa. 738 p. (20- 

M, 4-.S| AlTirhum tenrilum, Climanum drndriiidrs, Desmatodon 



cernuui, D. randii, Dicranum polysflum, Orlholrirhum anomalum, 
Polylrichum longiselum. P. Uriclum, TortfUa torluosa, and Torlula 
papilloma from Illinois, no counties listed; some of the reports 
from literature; no specimens cited. 

175. Ireland, R.R., and L.M. Ley. 1984. Type specimens of 
bryophytes in the National Museum of Natural Sciences, 
National Museums of Canada. Syllogeus 47:1-69. |2-M| 
Ciiniimitrium halhanum isotype collected by K. Hall; Leikea 
austinn isotype from Fulton Co. collected by Wolf (CANM 
197589). 

176. Ireland, R.R., and N.G. Miller. 1982. Grimmia anodon 
(Musci: Grimmiaceae) in North America north of Mexico. 
Bryologist85:I12-lI4. |1-M| From Hancock Co., O'Flaherty 
1972 (MICH), on granite and concrete tombstone; dot map. 

177. Isenbarger, J. 1934. A contrast of plant habitats with 
reference to hydrogen-ion concentration and plant distri- 
bution. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of 
Science 25:126-128. [2-S| Sphagnum from Lake Co.; S. acu- 
lifnlium from Cook Co.; no specimens cited. 

178. Jackson, S.T. 1978. A Middle Illinoian florule from south- 
eastern Jackson County, Illinois. M.S. thesis. Southern 
Illinois University, Carbondale. viii -t- 88 p. |M{ Unnamed; 
"representative fossil moss gametophytes" (p. 79, fig. 13- 
16). 

179. Jackson, S.T., and N.G. Miller. 1983. Paleoecology of a 
fossil plant assemblage from a pre-Wisconsinan till in 
southern Illinois. American Midland Naturalist 109:120- 
135. |1-H, 32-M, 2-S| List of fossil bryophytes from Indian 
Creek, Jackson Co.; no specimens cited; C.alliergon Irifanum, 
Distichium rnpillaceum, Hytocomium splendens, Scorpidium icor- 
piindes, and Tomenlh\pnwn mtens: useful comments on habitats 
of taxa and criteria used to identify material. 

180. James, T.P. 1864. Article V. On new mosses. Transactions 
of the American Philosophical Society 8:105-116. |2-M| 
Phascum schimperinnum on bare ground from upper Illinois; 
Pnltia iubsemlis on bluffs along Sangamon River (R-3); both 
collected by E. Hall, but location of vouchers not given. 

181. Jansen, D.B.F. 1979. A survey of the bryophytes of the 
southern two-thirds of Fulton County, Illinois. M.S. thesis. 
Western Illinois University, Macomb, vi -I- 65 p. |l-.\, 10- 
H, 79-.M| Annotated checklist with vouchers .n MWI; H\- 
grnh\pnum luridum and Orlhnlrirhum nnnmnhim. 

182. Janssens, J. A. 1983. Past and extant distribution of Or*- 
panocladus in North America, with notes on the differ- 
entiation of fossil fragments. Journal of the Hattori Bo- 
tanical Laboratory 54:251-298. 1 1-M| D.adunrus var aduricus 
from R-3; "... fossil report west central IL . . . extant in 
central IL . . . "; no specimens cited. 

183. Jennings, O.E. 1951. A manual of the mosses of western 
Pennsylvania and adjacent states. 2nd ed. American Mid- 
land Naturalist, Monograph No. 6 [vii| + 396 p. |1 l-Mj 
Amhhstegiella mmulnuma. A. uihlilis. Anncnrnplndnn iplach- 
noidf<,, Br\um uliginosum, Dtvehum nudum, t.phemerum cras- 
WMcrfii/m, Helndium paludo'.um. Orlnduera\ Halhanum |sic], 
Plagiopus ofden, Pnhhn rarnea, and Pylania \uhdrnt\culata from 
Illinois, no rriunties given; no specimens cited. 

184. Jester, J. and C.B. Arzeni. 1973. Settlement mosses of 
Lincoln's lime. Outdoor Illinois 12(2):14-18. (19-M| Gen- 
eral information about common Coles Co. species; illustra- 
tions and economic utility; no vouchers mentioned. 

185. Jones, G.N. 1961. The discovery of Mtrcrya in Illinoii. 
Bryologist 64:263-265. 1 1-M| .\/. hgulntn from La Salle Co.. 
Chn'.r 12810 (CANM. ILL). 

186. Keim, L.L. 1967. The distribution of mosses and some 
ecological aspects of the Sherrard Woods in Mercer County 
near Moline, Illinois. M.S. thesis. Western Illinois Uni- 



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versity, Macomb, vi + 48 p. [16-M| Ecological notes and 
annotated checklist (p. 24), vouchers at WIU. 

187. Kibbe, A.L. 1952. A botanical study and survey of a typical 
midwestern county (Hancock County, Illinois) covering a 
period of 119 years, from 1833 to 1952. Published by the 
author, Carthage, Illinois, [v] + 425 p. [1-H] Rirna nnltins 
(p. 65), no specimen cited; "... liverworts and mosses of 
Hancock County have never been given adequate attention." 

188. Kibbe, A.L. (ed.). 1953. Afield with plant lovers and col- 
lectors. Published by the editor, Carthage College, Car- 
thage, Illinois, [xii] + 565 p. + [appendix]. [5-M] Ana- 
camptodon splachnoides, Hypni, and Mniums from Fulton Co.; 
Fumeria [sic| microstoma from Henderson Co.; Phnscacea In- 
quelrum from Menard Co.; series of letters from E. Hall to 
H.N. Patterson; several excellent passages on the study of 
cryptogams; p. [9] of the appendix has list of Musci collected 
near Oquawka, Henderson Co., Patterson (1874); p. 
304,306,308,311,312. 

189. Klopmeyer, M.J. 1981. A key to the Hepaticae of Coles 
and Clark Counties, Illinois. M.S. thesis. Eastern Illinois 
University, Charleston, v + 73 p. |2-A, 45-H) Descriptions 
and some illustrations, no vouchers mentioned; Lophozin 
bicrennln and L. lurisa. 

190. Koponen, T. 1971. A monograph of Plagiomnium Sect. 
Rosulata (Mniaceae). Annales Botanici Fennici 8:303-367. 

[3-M| P. cilmre from Adams, Clark, Hancock, and Menard 
Cos. plus three collections without specific location data; P. 
medium from La Salle and Whiteside cos. plus one collection 
without county; and P. rugicum from Cook, Lake, Putnam, 
and Tazewell cos. plus one collection with specific collection 
site; dot and range maps; specimens cited. 

191. Koponen, T. 1972. Speciation on the Mniaceae. Journal of 
the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 35:142-154. |3-M| Pin- 
gwmnium affine citinre, P. medium, and P. rugieum from Illinois 
on shaded range map; no specimens cited. 

192. Koponen, T. 1973. Rhizomnium (Mniaceae) in North Amer- 
ica. Annales Botanici Fennici 10:1-26. |1-M| li. jninclulum 
ssp. chloroph\Unsum from Clark Co. Vnughii 105 (MICH). 

193. Kurz, H. 1928. Influence of Sphagnum and other mosses 
on bog reactions. Ecology 9:56-59. [7-M, 2-S| From Lake 
Co.; no mention of vouchers; Amhhiiegium ripnrium, Auln- 
comnium pntustre, Cnlliergon cuspidntum, Drepanocladus adun- 
cus, Leucobryum glaucum, Sphagnum aculifoliiim.S. rymhili folium, 
Slereodon pralensis, and Thuidium delicatulum. 

194. Lawton, E. 1971. Moss flora of the Pacific northwest. 
Supplement No. 1 of Journal of the Hattori Botanical 
Laboratory, Nichinan, Miyazaki, Japan, xiii + 363 p. + 

195 pi. [15-M] From Illinois, no counties listed; no specimens 
cited; Amhlyslegium noterophilum, A. trkhopodium van tricho- 
podium, Calliergon cordifolium, Brachylhecium rivulare, Crato- 
neuron filicinum, Dicranella varia, Dicranum polyselum, Disre- 
Hum nudum, Funaria americana, hopterygium elegans, I. 
turfaceum, Meesia longiseta, Orthotrirhum pumilum, Plngiolhe- 
cium denliculalum, and P. roeseanum. 

195. Lazarenko, A.S. 1974. Some considerations on the nature 
and behavior of the relict moss Desmatodon randii. Bryol- 
ogist 77:474-477. |1-M| From Chicago (tlook Co.) by War- 
eham (1939). one of four locations in North .\merica; no 
specimen cited. 

196. Lesquereux, L., and T.P.James. 1879. Descriptions of some 
new species of North American mosses. Proceedings of 
the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 3:133-141. 

[1-M| Page 136, Wema wolfu on the ground at Canton (Fulton 
Co.),y. Wo/f. 

197. Lesquereux, L., and T.P.James. 1884. Manual of the mosses 
of North America. S.E. Cassino and Co., Boston, v + 447 
p. + 6 pis. I I ;")-M I Amhly^legium miiiuli^^imum . Bnrhuin amhtgun 



(Menard), Bruchia berychiana, Bryum alropurpureum, Cryphaea 
mundata [White], Dicranoweuia nrrhata (Menard), Fabronia 
ocloblepharis (Menard), Funaria microstoma, Mtcrobryum Jioer- 
keanum, Orthotrichum Jallax var. truncatulum, Physcomitrium 
acuminatum, Pottia subsessilis, Sphaerangium schimperianum 
(Menard), and Weisia wolfii (Fulton); some specimens cited. 

198. Lewinsky, J. 1974. The genera LesAee//a and Pseudo/esAeeZ/a 
in Greenland. Bryologist 77:601-611. [ I-M] Leskeella nenosa 
from R-1,2 according to shaded range map; no specimens 
cited, based on specimens seen and literature reports, but 
not listed. 

199. Lopinot, A.C. 1965. A survey of Illinois aquatic plants. 
1964-1965. Illinois Department of Conservation Special 
Fisheries Report No. II, Springfield. 22 p. [1-H, 1-M] 

Fissidem and Riccia fluitans from Illinois (p. 6,8), no counties 
listed; no specimens cited. 

200. Manuel, M.G. 1973. Studies in Cryphaeaceae I. A revision 
of the genus Cryphaea in North America north of Mexico. 
Bryologist 76:144-162. [ l-M] C. glomerala from Illinois, Hall 
(F), no county listed; p. 147,154. 

201. Maravolo, N.C., E.D. Garber, and P.D. Voth. 1967. Bio- 
chemical changes during sexual development in Marchan- 
tia polymorpha: I. Esterases. American Journal of Botany 
54:1113-1117. |1-H) From Ogle Co.; no specimen cited. 

202. Martin, S.M. 1977. Oil bodies of selected leafy liverworts 
of east central Illinois. M.S. thesis. Eastern Illinois Uni- 
versity, Charleston, vii + 59 p. [23-H) From Clark and 
Coles COS.; descriptions and table, with excellent color pho- 
tomicrographs; no specimens cited, but vouchers at EIU; 
Srnpanio rurta [?]. 

203. Matten, L.C. 1971. Upper Cretaceous flora of Illinois - A 
preliminary survey. American Journal of Botany 58:470. 

1 1-H] From R-5, no specimen cited; "...one fragment 
reveals the presence of an encrusting liverwort conforming 
to the Metzgeriales."; abstract. 

204. McBroom, R.L. 1977. The peristome teeth of selected 
genera of acrocarpous Musci of east central Illinois. M.S. 
thesis. Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, iii -I- 82 p. 

1 19-M] From Clark and Coles cos.; illustrations and descrip- 
tions; no specimens cited. 

205. McCIeary, J.A., and P.L. Redfearn, Jr. 1979. Checklist of 
the mosses of Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State 
Academy of Science 72(2):28-5I. [32 1-M. 20-S] Checklist 
by county and region with distribution map for percentage 
of total species count in each countv; nice bibliographv; no 
specimens cited; contains some questionable reports (e.g., 
Brachythecium collinum, Fabronia urightii, and Hypnum iuhim- 
ponens); see McKnight #207. 

206. McGee, W.J. 1891. The Pleistocene history of northeastern 
Iowa. 11th Annual Report of the U.S. Geological Survey, 
Part 1:189-577. [l-M] nirhrhmn from I,a Salle Co. (p. b'Sl). 
identified bv 1. P. James; no specimen cited. 

207. McKnight, B.N. 1982. Nardia lescurii, new to Illinois. 
Bryologist 84:358. [1-H, I-M] From Clark Co. (S26 ILL) in 
association with Anomodon rostratus. 

208. McKnight, B.N. 1985. Notes on the Illinois bryophytes. I. 
Evansia 2:36-38. |2-H. 1()-M| Additions and correction to 
the state brvoHora, with comments on Bruchia and the 
publication of Wolf & Hall (1878) and McClearv &■ Redfearn 
( 1 979); Bryum klmggraeffii (Champaign), B. muehlenbeckn (Pope), 
Calliergon giganteum (Lake), Cntoscopium nigrilum (Cook. 
McHenrv). Distichium capillaceum (Jackson. Jo Daviess), Di- 
Irichum lineare (Clark), Dumortiern hirsula (Pope), Grimmia 
plagiopoda (Champaign), and Scorpidium scorpioides (Jackson, 
Ml Henry); specimens cited, vouchers at DUKE, ILLS, and 
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209. McKnight, B.N. 1986. The bryophytes of Champaign 
County, Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State Acad- 
emy of Science 79:35-52. | 16-H. 106-M| .\nn()tated (heck- 
lists including 13 unconfirmed previous reports; habitat and 
frequency given; specimens cued (mostly at ILL and ILLS); 
discussion and map of presettlement vegetation; some taxa 
being maintained in axenic culture. 

210. McKnight, B.N. 1986. Notes on the bi7ophytes of Indiana. 
I. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 95:101- 
107. (4-M| Specimens cited; Brachylema suhulalum, Calosia- 
plum nignlum, Distuhium capillaceum, and S\rrhopo(iu>i /c.vaiim. 

211. McKnight, B.N., and C.B. Arzeni. [In Prep.] The bry- 
ophytes of Rocky Hollow, Clark County, Illinois. Trans- 
actions of the Illinois State Academy of Science. |A. H, 

M, S| Annotated checklist, specimens cited, vouchers at 
ILLS; Dicranum vinde, Hookeria acutijolia. Dilrichum hneare, 
Xardia tescurii, and Ptilium crista-caslrensis. 

212. Meyer, S.L. 1941. Physiological studies on mosses. II. 
Spore longevity in Physcomitriutn lurbinatum and Funaria 
hygrometrica. Bryologist 44:69-75. |1-M) PhMcomilnum lur- 
binatum from Illinois (1899, 1903) no county listed; vouch- 
ered at Johns Hopkins University Herbarium; cultivation 
information. 

213. Miller, M.W. 1962. Nutritionally deficient mutants of Mar- 
chantia polymorpha L. Ph.D. dissertation. University of 
Chicago, ii + 34 p. |1-H) From Rock River clone 9 miles 
south of Oregon (Ogle Co.), no date or mention of voucher; 
culturing technique and data. 

214. Miller, M.W., E.D. Garber, and P.D. Voth. 1962. Nutrition- 
ally deficient mutants of Marchantia polymorpha induced 
by X-rays. Botanical Gazette 124:94-102. |1-H| Gemmae 
harvested from Rock River clone collected bv P. Voth 9 
miles south of Oregon (Ogle Co.); no voucher mentioned. 

215. Miller, N.G. 1979. Paleoecological comments on fossil 
mosses in a buried organic bed near Peoria, Tazewell 
County, Illinois. Page 116 in Wisconsinan, Sangamonian, 
and Illinoian stratigraphy in central Illinois. Illinois State 
Geological Sui^ey Bulletin, Guidebook No. 13. 138 p. |5- 
Mj Bnutn p^eudotTiquftrum, Camp\Uum ^tfllalum, Drfpanorln- 
dus aduncus var. poltcarpus, D. refolvem, and Mnium affine 
var. Tugicum\ no specimens cited. 

216. Miller, N.G. 1980. Quaternary fossil bryophytes in North 
America: catalog and annotated bibliography. Journal of 
the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 47:1-34. |.^-M| Ciilhergu- 
nella (R-3), Dtchelyma (R-3), Drepanudadus (R-3), Hypnum 
(Cook), and Plagiotheaum cavifolium (McHenry); no specimens 
cited. 

217. Miller, N.G. 1984. Tertiary and Quaternary fossils. Chapter 
20. Pages 1194-1232 in R.M. Schuster (ed.). Vol. 2, New 
Manual of Bryology. Hattori Botanical Laboratory, Ni- 
chinan, Miyazaki, Japan. 1295 p. |8-M| Unum pM-udalrujue- 
trum. Camp\lium slellrilum, Cinrhdium \l\f;ium, Dreptinurladus 
aduncus var. polyrnrpui, D. mulvens, Hypnum hndbergii, Pla- 
giomnium, and Scorpidium turgescens from Tazewell Co.; all 
except Cinctidntm and Plagiomnium also from Jackson Co.. 
plus 21 other unnamed species; no specimens cited; histo- 
gram comparing lengths of moss (ossils; p 1 2 1 I . I 2 1 2. 1 2 1 4 

218. Miller, N.G. 1985. Fossil evidence of the dispersal and 
establishment of mosses as gametophyte fragments. Mon- 
ographs in Systematic Botany, Missouri Botanical Gardens 
11:71-78. |8-M| Late Pleistocene deposit, (;ardena section 
moss bed, Tazewell Co., D.'icc sample ot Woodtordian inter- 
stadial Wisconsinan peat moss dated at 19,680 years ± 460; 
accumulated at time of spruce dominance; evidence of rich 
fens; continuous presence of calcareous groundwater; Bryum 
pseudolrujurlTum , Campyhum slellatum, Cinrhdium slygium, Drr- 
panocladus aduncus s.l., D. rnohens, Hypnum lindhfrgti, Mnium 
medium, and Scorpidium lurgeicem (with abundant vegetative 



propagules); Fig: d-e Scorpidium, fragile bud and proliferated 
leafy stems. 

219. Mohlenbrock, R.H. 1968. A Boristic study of Bell Smith 
Springs, Pope County, Illinois. Transactions of the Illinoia 
State Academy of Science 61:53-79. | l-.M) Gnmmia spp. (p. 
58), the vegetation on the summit of the sandstone escarp- 
ment in the aboriginal /one consists mainly of lichens and 
mosses; no vouchers mentioned. 

220. Mohlenbrock, R.H. 1968. A walk in Giant City. Outdoor 
Illinois 12(3):20-23. |1-H) Cunucephalum from Lnion Co.; 
no voucher mentioned. 

221. Mohlenbrock, R.H. 1982. Seep springs of the Cretaceous 
Hills. Illinois Audubon Bulletin 201:24-26. \\-S\Sphagnum 
from Pope Co.; no specimen cited. 

222. Mohlenbrock, R.H., and J.W. Voigt. 1959. A study of the 
filmy fern Trichomanes boschianum. American Fern Jour- 
nal 49:76-85. |6-H, 4-M| From Pope Co. in asscjciation with 
the filmy fern; nebulous about vouchers; (p. 81) Baizania 
tnlobata, Calypogeia Trichomanes (sic), Diphysnum Joliosum, 
Leucohryum glaucum, Leuculejeunea clypeata, Pellia diphylla |sic), 
Plagiochila asplemoides, Scapama nemorosa, Tetraphis pelludda, 
Thuidium dehcalulum. "and numerous others." 

223. Mohr, C. 1901. Plant life of Alabama. Contribution from 
the U.S. National Herbarium Vl:l-921. |3-H, 2-M| Ob- 
tained from literature, no counties given; Bryum bicolor, 
Odontoschisma sphagni, Pleundium altemifohum robuslum. Re- 
boulia hemisphaenca, and Riccia lutescens; no specimens cited; 
p. 284-309. 

224. Montgomery, C.E. 1930. Ecology of mosses of the Grand 
de Tour region of Illinois with special reference to pH 
relations. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Chicago. 45 p. 

|1-H, 62-M) From Ogle Co.; no specimens cited; Mnium 
hornum, Encalypla ciliata, and Hylocomium tnquetrum: re- 
printed, with some omissions in Montgomery (1931). 

225. Montgomery, C.E. 1931. Ecology of mosses of the Grand 
de Tour region of Illinois with special reference to pH 
relations. Botanical Gazette 91:225-251. |I-M. 62-M| From 
Ogle Co.; no specimens cited. 

226. Morrow, J.S. 1952. Initial report on the mosses of Mc- 
Donough County, Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois 
State Academy of Science 45:31. 117-M| Vouchers at WIU 
and in author's collection; all specimens checked by H.S. 
Conard but none cited; "clav pits" were chief collecting 
grounds. 

227. Moser, J.W. 1970. An ultrastruclural study of spermato- 
genesis in Phaeoceros laetns subsp. caro/i'nianiu. Ph.D. 
dissertation. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. iv 

+ 84 p. |1-.\| From )<)hnson Co.: no vouch<-r mentioned. 

228. Moser, J.W., J.G. Duckelt, and Z.B. Carothers. 1977. Ul- 
trastructural studies of spermatogenesis in the Anthocer- 
otales. I. The blepharoplast and anterior mitochondrion 
in Phaeroceros laevis: early development. American Journal 
of Botany 64:1097-1106. |1-A| /'. lams subsp. air„l,nmnui 
from Johnson Co.; no voucher mentioned. 

229. Neal, E.E. 1969. A floristic survey of Lake Vermont Park, 
McDonough County, Illinois. M.S. thesis. Western Illinoii 
University, Macomb, vi -^ 125 p. (3-H. I3-M| Annotated 
checklist (p. 1 i;t-r21); Horpnnlhus sculiilus and .\/iiium drum- 
mondn. 

230. Nees von Esenbeck, |C.G.D.). 11854). Veneichniss der 
pflanzen welchoder Prinz Maximilian von Wied von seiner 
Rcisc am obcrn Missouri mit zuriickbrachtc. j Published 
privately by author.) 28 p. |I-M1 (ryphaea inundala (p. 27) 
"In ramis frulicum inundain ad llumina . . . Pecemhre fructu 
malum", fruiting on inundated branches (in the Fox and 
Wabash rivers, White Co.) with mature fruits in Uecrmber; 



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also reported from the Black River which, contrary to Nees 
von Esenbeck, and Welch (I960), is not in Illinois but Posey 
Co., Indiana (see Mcknight #209). 

231. Nelson, N.L.T. 1911. Archegonatae - Bryophyta - (Hepa- 
ticae) (Musci). Pages 24-29 in W.W. Ohlweiler, et al., A 
preliminary checklist of the cryptogams and phanaero- 
gams in the vicinity of Saint Louis, Missouri. Engelmann 
Botanical Club, Saint Louis, Missouri. 63 p. |I-H. 13-M| 
Ambhitegium orthodndon, A. serpens, A. varium, Biachuheiium 
nrlophyllum, Dicranella debths, D. heteromalla, D. vana, Fu- 
naria Jiavicans, F. h\grometrica, Leskea gracilescens, Marchanlia 
polymorpha, Mniutn cuipidatum, and Physcomilrium auslrale; 
from Madison Co., specific sites listed; no specimens cited. 

232. Nishimura, N., and S. Inoue. 1985. A cytotaxonomic study 
of the genus Ctenidium (Musci). Hikobia 9:229-234. |1-M| 
C. mutacodei {=C. moUuuum of North American material) 
from Coles Co., McKnight 3100, (n=8) mitotic count. 

233. O'Flaherty, L.M. 1978. Sphagnum centrale new to Illinois. 
Bryologist 81:613-614. [I-S] From Lake Co., McFeeh 21 
(MICH, MWI). 

234. O'Flaherty, L.M., and G.W. Freeman. 1979. Eleven mosses 
new to Illinois. Bryologist 82:609-612. [I -A. I9-H, 124-M, 
1-S] From Hancock Co.; notes and checklist, specimens cited 
only for II state records, vouchers at WARK; Atrirhum 
tenellum [?], Brachylheaum reflexum, Grimmin nnodim, Orthotn- 
chum anomalum, Sphaerocarpus texanm, and Sphagnum capU- 
lifolium van tenerum. 

235. O'Flaherty, L.M., J.D. Ives, and A.R. Ozimek. 1975. Sphag- 
num fimbriatum new to Illinois. Bryologist 78:455-458. |2- 

H, 10-M, 2-S] From Clark (0,0,1), Lake (0,4,1), and Mc- 
Donough (2,8,2) cos.; some specimens cited, vouchers o( 
sphagna at SMS and all taxa at MWI. 

236. O'Hanlon, M.E. 1928. Notes on Reboulia hemisphaerica. 
Bryologist 31:47-51. |I-H| From Cook Co.; no specimen 
cited. 

237. O'Hanlon, M.E. 1930. Gametophyte development in Re- 
boulia hemisphaerica. American Journal of Botany 17:765- 
769. |1-H| From Cook Co.; no specimen cited. 

238. Ott, C.E. 1968. Vegetation of fresh-water springs in south- 
ern Illinois. M.A. thesis. Southern Illinois University, 
Carbondale. iv -I- 86 p. [2-.-\, 13-H, 37-M| .Annotated check- 
list (p. 56-60), site maps, vouchers at SIU but no specimens 
cited; some inaccurate topographic data; reprinted with some 
omissions in Hopkins (1969). 

239. Paolillo, D.J., Jr., and F.A. Bazzaz. 1968. Photosynthesis 
in sporophytes of Polytrichum and Funaria. Bryologist 
7:335-343. |1-M| F. hygromelrua from Champaign Co.; no 
voucher mentioned. 

240. Papp, C. 1933. Contribution a la Monographic du Polytri- 
chum juniperinum Willd. Revue Bryologique et Licheno- 
logique 60:154-170. [I-M] P. jumpennum van rubrum trom 
Illinois, no county listed; no specimen cited: p. 163. 

241. Parker, A. 1985. A botanical investigation of Pounds 
Hollow, Gallatin County, Illinois. M.S. thesis. Southern 
Illinois University, Carbondale. vii -t- 122 p. |40-H. .">8-M| 
Annotated checklist for Gallatin Co. (p. 42-44, .\ppendices 
4 and 5), vouchers at SIU, SMS, and/or author's collection; 
58 mosses listed but only 46 found during this study, 31 
liverworts listed "and five additional species will be added 
to the flora when these [sic] are determined"; specimens 
cited for most taxa, frequency ratings; Grimniia laniguta. 
Melzgerui cunjugalii. and Syrrhopodon texaniis. 

242. Patterson, H.N. 1874. A list of plants collected in the 
vicinity of Oquawka, Henderson County, Ills. Oquawka 
Spectator Print. 18 p. |:^7-\l| Checklist (p. \H) determined 
by Ur. James; but no specimens cited. 



243. Penny, N.D. 1974. A systematic study of the family Bor- 
eidae (Mecoptera). Ph.D. dissertation. University of Kan- 
sas, Lawrence, iv -H 162 p. |2-M| "Borem brumalu larvae 
can be collected at any time of the year in their southern 
Illinois habitats, where they are found tunnelingjust beneath 
the rhi/oids oi Dicranella heteromalla and Atnchum anguslatum. 
In the same areas, larvae and adults are most frequently 
collected on moss on sandy loam soil rather than mossy 
rocks, as are other species in other areas.", (p. 60). 

244. Penny, N.D. 1977. A systematic study of the family Bor- 
eidae (Mecoptera). The University of Kansas Science Bul- 
letin 51:141-217. [2-M| Page 189, exact quote from p. 60 
of Penny, 1974. 

245. Pepoon, H.S. 1909. The cliff flora of Jo Daviess County, 
Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of 
Science 2:32-37. [3-H) "Many rock mosses form green 
matted layers covering the rock face, . . . with numerous 
algae intermixed, particularly Spirogyra species. Marchantia 
and Lunularia [misdetermined] or, less abundantly, Conoce- 
phalus [sic], are liverwort forms that often clothe great 
spaces with a solid green covering and winter or summer 
are obtainable for purposes of study or collection." (p. 34); 
Marchantia (p. 37); no vouchers mentioned. 

246. Pepoon, H.S. 1927. An annotated flora of the Chicago 
area. Chicago Academy of Science Bulletin, Natural His- 
tory Survey VIII. xxii -I- 554 p. |M, 14-S] From Cook Co. 
but only one species listed; no vouchers mentioned; p. 24. 
"... various mosses are abundant"; p. 77, "The pin oak in 
the sand region is commonly associated in its ground flora 
with ericaceous shrubs . . . also with species of Sphagnum or 
peat moss, that do not always require the wettest conditions, 
such as Sphagnum compactum DC"; p. 88, "Of about sixteen 
species of Sphagnum that I have detected from the vicinitv 
of the Des Plaines River southwest of Berwvn to the neigh- 
borhood of Michigan Citv ]Indiana), all but one or two are 
in the region from Thorton eastward."; p. 92. "... having 
collected and studied the mosses of the district quite exten- 
sively, especially in their soil relations, the evidence or 
preference for calcareous or silicious conditions as given in 
works on bryology is not conclusive."; also p. 89 and 90. 

247. Peterson, W. 1977. Clarification of the nomenclature of 

Dicranum condensatum. Bryologist 80:365-368. [l-M] From 
R-j on dot map; no specimen cited. 

248. Pfeiffer. N.E. 1914. Morphology of Thismia americana. 
Botanical Gazette 57:122-135 -(- 1 1 pi. |1-H, l-M) From 
Cook Co., observed in 1912 but no mention of voucher; p. 
124, "... Aneura pmguis and Hypnum [probablv Drepanocla- 
dui] in association with Thumia in low prairie. Usually the 
Thismia grows in spots where the soil is not closely covered 
bv Aneura and Selaginella but it may be found occasionallv 
among the moss (Fig. 3)." 

249. Proskauer, J. 1957. Studies on Anthocerotales V. 10. On a 
polyploid Anthoceros and the karyotypes of liverworts. 
Phytomorphology 7(2):130-133. \\-.\]'Sotothyla> orhiculam 
from Illinois, mi couiun gi\en; no specimen cited; count not 
certain. 

250. Pursell, R.A. 1957. A taxonomic revision of North .\mer- 
ican Fissidens, section Bryoidium. Ph.D. dissertation. Flor- 
ida State University, iii -I- 115 p. -I- pi. IX. |2-M] Page 78, 
F. putillui from Clark Co., \'aughri -12 as F. incuy-uy. p. 97. 
F. vtndulus van brrctjolius from Will Co.. HiU (NY) as F. 
synnirus and Hill (NY) 1899. 

251. Rastorfer. J.R. 1981. Composition and distribution pat- 
terns of bryophytes at a reclaimed surface mine in Grundy 
County, Illinois, with a list of vascular plants. .'Vrgonne 
National Laboratory Land Reclamation Program - 16, 
Argonne, Illinois. 75 p. | 1-A. (i-H. :5S-M. 1-S| Imiudes i.ix.i 
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wiih excellent site distribution maps; no specimens iiteil; 
Sphagnutn compiutum. 

252. Rau, E.A., and A.B. Hervey. 1879. Catalogue of North 
American Musci. Gazette Job Office, Taunton, Massachu- 
setts. 52 p. |2r)-M| From unspecifie<l IIImiois IcK.itions: no 
specimens cited. 

253. Redfearn, P.L., Jr. 1966. Bryophytes of the Interior High- 
lands of North America XI. Additions to the flora. Bryol- 
ogist 69:504-508. 1 1-A, 9-M| Annotated checklisi with spec- 
imens cited, vouchers at various herbaria; iiro//»-rW/« lfmino\ln\ 
(Pope, Williamson), Camptlopusflexiwius (Franklin), Clenidium 
molluicum (Jackson), Enlodon macropoitu\ (Union), Milium 
hornum |misidentified M. marginatum] (Jackson), A/, urlhm- 
rhtnchum (Johnson), .\ololh\las orbicularis (Union), Plugiolhi-- 
cium roseaiium (Jackson, Johnson, Williamson), 6Vm«/o/j/iv//»w 
demissum (Johnson, Pope, Williamson), Syrrhopndun lexaiiu\ 
(Johnson), and Torlula pagorum (Randolph). 

254. Redfearn, P.L., Jr. 1968. Bryophytes of the Interior High- 
lands of North America XIII. Additions to the flora. 
Bryologist 71:356-357. |10-M) .Annotated checklist with 
specimens cited, vouchers at various herbaria; Acaulun ru- 
fescens (Jackson), Brothera leana (Jackson, Pope, Saline, Union), 
Dicranum ipurium (Pope), Herpetineuron loccoae (Union), Hom- 
alolhecielln subrapillata (Pope), Hypiium cupreisijormi' (Ran- 
dolph), lioplerygium mueUerianum (Pope), Schwetschkeiipsii fa- 
bronia (Union), Sciaromium lescuni (Pope), and Sematophyllum 
marylandicum (Pope). 

255. Redfearn, P.L., Jr. 1972. Mosses of the Interior Highlands 
of North America. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Gar- 
den 59:1-103. |50-M, 4-S] Numerous taxa from R-4 and R- 
5 (all or part of 16 southernmost counties), no specihc 
counties given; no specimens cited; key and annotated check- 
list with frequency rating, vouchers at SMS. 

256. Redfearn, P.L., Jr. 1983. Checklist of the Interior High- 
lands of North America in Arkansas, Illinois, Missouri, 
and Oklahoma. Contributions from the Ozark Regional 
Herbarium, Southwest Missouri State University, Spring- 
field. 143 p. [159-M, 6-S| From Alexander (3,0), Franklin 
(6,0), Gallatin (14,0), Hardin (12,0), Jackson (97,1), Johnson 
(101,2), Massac (3,0), Pope (102,5), Pulaski (4,0), Randolph 
(102,3), Saline (58,0), Union (85,0), and Williamson (54,0) 
COS.; no specimens cited. 

257. Redfearn, P.L., Jr. 1983. Mosses of the Interior Highlands 
of North America. (Second printing, with changes and 
additions). Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, viii -I- 

103p. |52-M, 5-S| Taxa reported from the Or.nV llilK (I(i 
southernmost counties) with a lew specific sites given, nu- 
merous other implied reports listed nebulcjusly under Inte- 
rior Highlands; keys, descriptions, ecological information, 
and frequency rating; ncj specimens cited; vouchers al SMS; 
Anaramplodnn splarhiioidei (Pope) and Hfliidium pahidmum 
(Pope); reprint, with changes and additions, of Redfearn 
(1972). 

258. Reese, W.D. 1984, Reproductivity, fertility and range of 
Syrrhopodon lexanus Sull. (Musci; Calymperaceae), a North 
American endemic. Bryologist 87:217-222. |l-\l| From 
Gallatin, Johns(jn, and Saline cos.; doi map; spec niiciis ex- 
amined but not cited; "... discontinuous and presumablv 
relictual populations." 

259. Reichle, D.E. 1964. The population ecology, distribution 
and abundance of bog-inhabiting pselaphid beetles. Ph.D. 
dissertation. Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. 

ii + 209 p. |14-M. .'>-S| From Lake Co.; same laxa listc-d in 
Reichle (1964) except (Aimanum dnidrniiles given instead ol 
C. ameriranum: "moss" from Cook Co.; "moss and sphag- 
num" from McHenry Co.; (p. 198) black and white photo 
of Sphagnum magellanicum, S. recuri'um, and S. tern; no 
mention of vouchers. 



260. Reichle, D.E. 1969. Distribution and abundance of bog- 
inhabiting pselaphid beetles. Transactions of the Illinois 
State Academy of Science 62:233-264. |H-M. j-S| From 
Lake Co., no mention of vouchers; Aulacomiiium aiidrogynum, 
Hrachylhecium, Callicladium haldanianum, Calliergon cordi/ol- 
mm, Cliinanum ameriranum, Dicranum icoparium, Hetodium 
paludosum. Milium ajjine var rugtcum, .M. cuspidalum, Plagtolh- 
ecium s\lvaticuni,Pohlia nutans, Polytnchum commune. Sphagnum 
cymbilijolium , S. magellanicum, S. recurt'um, S. njuarrosum, S. 
teres, Tetraphn pellucida, and Thuidium delicatulum. 

261. Reichle, D.E., and W.T. Doyle. 1965. Bryophyte succession 
in a northern Illinois bog. Bryologist 68:463-470. |I7-M, 
4-S| From Lake Co.; no ^peclnu•ns i iicd; inliTcsting discus- 
sion and habilal (lata. 

262. Renzaglia, K.S, 1977. Developmental morphology and 
comparative anatomy in representatives of five genera of 
.\nthocerotes. M.S. thesis. Southern Illinois University, 
Carbondale. ii + 82 p. |3-A| Reprinted in Ren/aglia (1978) 
with same taxa and locations except Antlwcerus punclalus 
from Saline Co.: specimens cited. 

263. Renzaglia, K.S. 1978. A comparative morphology and 
developmental anatomy of the .\nthocerophyta. Journal 
of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 44:31-90. \'i-A\ Anthu- 
cero\ punctata'. (Gallatin, Jackson). Xutolhtlai orlnculari> (Jack- 
son), and Phaf(>ccro\ lai-i^ (Jackson, Williamson); vouchers al 
SIU; reprint ol Ren/aglia (1977). 

264. Renzaglia, K.S. 1981. A comparative developmental in- 
vestigation of the gametophyte generation in the Metzger- 
iales (Hepatophyta). Ph.D. dissertation. Southern Illinois 
University, Carbondale. x -H 251 p. |7-ll| Fmni R-.'i; no 
voucher data; reprinted in Ren/aglia (1982). 

265. Renzaglia, K,S. 1982. A comparative developmental in- 
vestigation of the gametophyte generation in the Metzger- 
iales (Hepatophyta). Bryophytorum Bibliotheca Vol. 24. J. 
Kramer, Vaduz, West Germany, x + 253 p. |7-H| Aneurn 
Iniigun, Fowdmliriinia, Metzgrria mnjugata, M. /urcatii, Pallnx- 
ifinia helin, Pellia epiphylla, and KiccariHa mullifida from R- 
5; no voucher data; reprint, with some omissions, ol Ren- 
zaglia (1981). 

266. Richards, D. 1940. Bryophytes of Starved Rock State Park, 
La Salle Countv, Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois Stale 
Academy of Science 33:74-77. |1-A. 17-H, :12-.\L 1 S| An- 
notated checklist with specimens cited, vouchers in several 
herbaria; Fi<iidens grandi/rnns and Sphagnum girgensnhnii. 

267. Robertson, K.R.. W.E. McClain, and A.C. Koelling. 1983. 
First confirmation o( Erythronium mesochoreum (Liliaceae) 
east of the Mississippi River. Castanea 48:146-150. \\-.\. 
li-M I Clue kliM from \l;i( oiipin Co. railroad prairie; vouchers 
al ILLS, no specimens (iied; Atrirhum angu^tntum, Bruchin 
Jlexuusa, Camp\lium chryuiph\llum, Ditrichum pallidum, Phae- 
aceros laeiis, Ph\>comitrium pyrifnrme, and Pleuridium suhulatum: 
<oll<-(ied and idenlified hv B.N. McKnight. 

268. Robinson, H, 1962. Generic revisions of North American 
Brachylheciaceae. Bryologist 65:73-146. 1 1 -M j Btaihythrcium 
riiulare var. noieboracen^e from Illinois vouchered al N^'; no 
spc-c imen cited. 

269. Roll, J. 1893. Nordamerikanische laubmoose. lorfmoo,se, 
und lebermoose. Hedwigia 32:181-203, 260-309, 334-402. 

|2-M, l)2-M| c;hecklisi lor Cook. Lake, and WiiiiKhago cos.; 
specimens cited. 

270. Rohde, C.J.. Jr. 1955. Studies on anihropods from a moss 
habilal with special emphasis on the life hlslory of ihrec 
oribaloid miles. Ph.D. dissertation. Norlhweslern Inivcr- 
sily, Evanston, lilinois. vi -t- 84 p. |.'>-M| From La Salli- Co.; 
no voiic hers mcniioned; map ol siudv area; collected between 
20 June P.L'iS and 9 October 1954; Brnchythecium nxylndnn, 
B. \alehro\um, Bryhnia grnminirnliir, Mmum ruspidatum, and 



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Timmia megapolitnnn; (p. 2) " . . . mosses and liverworts are 
in abundance where the low mats formed by these plants 
overlie almost pure quartz [?]."; (p. 5) "No correlation 
between arthropod inhabitants and species of moss noted." 

271. Royse, D.J. 1974. The corticolous mosses of east central 
Illinois. M.S. thesis. Eastern Illinois University, Charles- 
ton, iv + 229 p. |57-M| Annotated checklist for Clark, Coles, 
and Cumberland cos. (not separated by county); descriptions 
and illustrations; vouchers in author's collection and at F.IU, 
but no specimens cited. 

272. Royse, D.J., and C.B. Arzeni. 1975. A richer awareness. A 
casual hike in any Illinois woodland offers a laboratory 
of mosses and liverwort. Outdoor Illinois 14(3):40-42. (4- 

H, 14-M. S| From R-4; "... 57 different corticolous bry- 
ophytes in east central Illinois . . . ", but onlv 18 listed, several 
only to genus; no specimens cited. 

273. Rubin, M., and C. Alexander. 1958. U.S. Geological Survey 
radiocarbon dates IV. Science 127:1476-1487. |2-M| Cnl- 
liergouella and Drepini,iclii<lus from McLean Co. (p. 1478), 
aged to 24,700 years ±1000; identified by W. Welch, but 
no specimens cited. 

274. Rushing, A.E. 1982. A revision of the genus Bruchia 
Schwaegr. [Musci]. Ph.D. dissertation. Texas A & M Uni- 
versity, College Station, xiii + 221 p. | l-M| B. flmwMi from 
McHenry and Stark cos.; specimens examined (NY). 

275. Rushing, A.E. 1986. A revision of the genus Bruchia 
Schwaegr. (Musci). Journal of the Hattori Botanical Lab- 
oratory 60:35-83. |1-M1 Page 67, B. flexuoM from Cham- 
paign, Clark, Cook. Fulton. Macoupin, McHenrv, Menard, 
Pulaski, and Stark cos.; with specimens cited. 

276. Schertler, M.M. 1976. Morphology and developmental 
anatomy in the leafy hepatic Nowellia curvifolia (Dicks.) 
Mitt. M.S. thesis. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. 

iv + 72 p. [ 1-H j From Jackson and Williamson cos.; specimens 
cited; illustrations and voucher data. 

277. Schertler, M.M. 1979. Development of the archegonium 
and embryo in Lophocolea heterophylla. Bryologist 82:576- 

582. 1 1-H] From Jackson and Williamson cos.; specimens 
cited. 

278. Schiller, C.T. 1976. Jungermanniales of Coles and Clark 
counties of Illinois. M.S. thesis. Eastern Illinois University, 
Charleston, iv + 136 p. |20-H1 From Clark (19) and Coles 
COS. (13); no specimens cited, vouchers at F.IU |?|; descrip- 
tions, illustrations, and key. 

279. Schnooberger, I. 1942. Distribution of Tortula papulosa 
Wils. Bryologist 45:24-27. |1-M] From unspecified Illinois 
location; from literature (Hague, 1930). 

280. Schofield, W.B. 1972. Bryology in Arctic and Boreal North 
America and Greenland. Canadian Journal of Botany 
50:1111-1133. |2-M| Dot maps but no specimens cited; p. 
1121 (Fig. 10) Hypnum imponens three to four populations; 
p. 1 122 (Fig. 15) Telraphis pellucida three to four populations. 

281. Schofield, W.B. 1980. Phytogeography of the mosses of 
North America (north of Mexico). Pages 131-170 in R.J. 
Taylor and A.E. Leviton (eds.). The mosses of North 
America. Pacific Division, American Association for the 
Advancement of Science, San Francisco. 170 p. |7-M| 
Dicranum condematum (R-5), Gnmmin pilijera (IL), Iwplengium 
elegam (R-5), Orlholruhum ohioense (R-1), Phxicotnilrium hookeri 
(R-5), Schwplichkenpsu Jabroma (IL), and Thelin hirlella (R-3); 
dot maps; no specimens cited. 

282. Schofield, W.B., and H.A. Crum. 1972. Disjunctions in 
bryophytes. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 
59:174-202. [5-M) Range maps; no specimens cited; Alruhum 
cn^putn, Aularnmuium heteroshchum, Drepanocladus imrninlus 



(R-l,2j, Dnimmiindin prorepetii, and Hylocomium splendem (R- 
1,2,3,4). 

283. Schuster, R.M. 1953. Boreal Hepaticae, a manual of the 
liverworts of Minnesota and adjacent regions. American 
Midland Naturalist 49:257-684. [3-H| Foiwmhronia rrnlula. 
Riccia sorocarpa, and R. !,ult>vanlu from Illinois, no counties 
listed; no specimens cited: reprinted in Schuster (1977). 

284. Schuster, R.M. 1957. Boreal Hepaticae, a manual of the 
liverworts of Minnesota and adjacent regions. II. Ecology. 
American Midland Naturalist 57(l-2):203-332. [S-H] From 
R-1 and unspecified Illinois location; (p. 209) "Ctei'ea h\alina, 
Mniinia ubinca, and Aiterella iaccata could have conceivably 
survived the Pleistocene in . . . Driftless Area ... in Illinois."; 
(p. 203) "... over 909f of species found in Illinois have also 
been found in Minnesota . . . "; reprinted in Schuster (1977). 

285. Schuster, R.M. 1958. Boreal Hepaticae, a manual of the 
liverworts of Minnesota and adjacent regions. III. Phy- 
togeography. American Midland Naturalist 59:257-332. [3- 

H| Manmn jragrnn^ (R-3), .\;. rupe^tru (R-I,2), and Reboulia 
hi'miiphaerna (R-1. 2, 3); dot maps (p. 274); no specimens 
cited; reprinted in Schuster (1977). 

286. Schuster, R.M. 1958. Notes on Nearctic Hepaticae VI. 
Phytogeograhical relationships of critical species in Min- 
nesota and adjacent areas of the Great Lakes. Rhodora 
60:209-234, 243-256. |I-H] Page 211, Cordilleran species 
are also found in the Driftless Area in Illinois; p. 245, 
Mnnnm rupe^lris is infrequent in the Driftless .Area in Illinois, 
two dots on map (Fig. 17) from R-I,2. 

287. Schuster, R.M. 1959. A monograph of the Nearctic Pla- 
giochilaceae. Part I. Introduction and section I. Asplen- 
ioides. American Midland Naturalist 62:1-166. |3-H] \Uha 
linlori, (p. 47) "... the report from Illinois in Frye and 
Clark (loc. cit.) based on the old list of Wolf and Hall being 
wholly without merit."; (p. 65) Pedinophyllum mterruptum . the 
Illinois report by Frye and Clark is ". . . ambiguous and 
should not be accepted without study of the material in 
question."; (p. 1 18) Plagwchtla nsptetiioides from La Salle and 
Jackson cos. 

288. Schuster. R.M. 1960. A monograph of the Nearctic Pla- 
giochilaceae. Part III. Section contiguae to conclusion. 
American Midland Naturalist 63:1-130. |I-H| "The report 
ot Pliigiiirhiln unilata from Illinois (Frve &: Clark, loc. cit.) 
should be verified. On phvtogeographic grounds it appears 
improbable that the species should occur in Illinois." (p. 
1 18). 

289. Schuster, R.M. 1966. The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of 
North America east of the hundredth meridian. Vol. 1. 
Columbia University Press, New York, xvii -H 802 p. |4- 

H] Blepharoitoma Inchophyllum (IL). Ptiiidium aliiirt- (IL), P. 
pulcherrimum (Champaign), and Tnchocolea tomentetln (Jack- 
son); from literature; no specimens cited. 

290. Schuster, R.M. 1969. The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of 
North America east of the hundredth meridian. Vol. II. 
Columbia University Press, New York, xii + 1062p. [10- 
H] Bnzznnm Inlobntn (Jackson). Cahpogeia Irtchomanis (Clark). 

Jamesomella autumnalu (Champaign). y»?ig^frrafli!»iio lanceotnta 
(IL), Lophozia inctsa (Clark), Plectocolea crenuiiformu (Clark), 
P. fossombromoides (Fulton), P. hyalinum (Clark), Solenosloma 
puniila (Montgomery), and S. grantlimum (Clark); some spec- 
imens cited. 

291. Schuster, R.M. 1974. The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of 
North America east of the hundredth meridian. Vol. III. 
Columbia University Press, New York, xiv -t- 880 p. |8-H| 
Cephalozm bintspidnln (Jackson), C. conmvens (Clark, Coles), 
C. lunulipAia (Clark), Sowellia currifolia (IL), Odontoschisma 
proslalum (Jackson) "highly skeptical", Pleuroctadn albescens 
(IL) "undoubiedlv an error", Scapniua nemorosn (IL), and 5. 



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undulala "error tor S. 
specimens cited. 



from literature. 



292. Schuster, R.M. 1977. Boreal Hepaticae, a manual of the 
liverworts of Minnesota and adjacent regions. Bryophy- 
torum Bibliotheca. Vol. 11. J. Cramer, Vaduz, West Ger- 
many. (H| Reprint, with minor corrections, ot Schuster 
(1953, 1957. 1958). 

293. Schuster, R.M. 1980. The Hepaticae and Anthocerolae of 
North America east of the hundredth meridian. Vol. IV. 
Columbia University Press, New York, xviii + 1334 p. [18- 
H) Cephalozielln hysmcea, C. elachiilii var. tiuguilitobii (Ran- 
dolph). C. rubella var. sullivantn (Fulton). C. ^pinigern, Cht- 
losnphus palleuem, Geocalyx graveolens, Harpunthus scuialui 
"unreliable", Lophocolea hidentata "unreliable, meaningless." 
L. cuipidata, L. cuspidata fo. nlata "erroneously" (Cham- 
paign). L. helernphylla, L. minor (Champaign). Plngiorhila 
aiplentoides (Jackson. La Salle), P. undulii "needs verification" 
(So. 111.), Porelln pmnata (Wabash), P. plnt\ph\llii (Champaign, 
Du Page. Union), and Radulii obromrn (Jackson); some spec- 
imens cited. 

294. Schwegman, J.E. 1969. Vegetation of some seep springs in 
the Cretaceous Hills of southern Illinois. M.A. thesis. 
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. vi + 81 p. [1-H. 
13-M, 1-S| Annotated checklist (p. 46-47); Amblyslegium in- 
chopodium, Atrichum aiiguslalum, A. undulatum, Aulacommum 
paluitre, Brnch\thecium rivulare, Bryhnia novne-nngliae, Cirri- 
phyitium hosni, Clvnacium amencanum, Helodium pnludo.sum, 
Leucobryum albidum, Mnium cuspidalum, Pallavicuua helln, 
Polytrkhum ohioense. Sphagnum imbricalum, and Thuidium de- 
lualulum from Pope Co.; no specimens cited, vouchers at 
SlU. 

295. Schwegman, J.E. 1986. Algihc (cold-producing) slopes in 
Illinois and their vascular flora. Erigenia 7:3-14. |1-H| 
From Jo Daviess, p. 6, "At the cold slope which appears to 
have been disturbed by cattle, patches 3 to 4 feet across are 
dominated by . . . Mnrchantin . . . .However, since cold patches 
at Asgard do not support similar liverwort communities, I 
interpret them as successional stages from past soil disturb- 
ance.": no specimen cited, but voucher housed at ILLS. 

296. Sharp, A.J. 1939. Taxonomic and ecological studies of 
eastern Tennessee bryophytes. The American Midland 
Naturalist 21:267-354 ■¥ vii. |3-M| Page 332. Bmlhn,, Immi 
on dot map from R-4 [approximately Macoupin Co.|; p. 341, 
Leucobryum rilbidum on shaded range map from southeastern 
corner of state (R-5); p. 342, Thuidium mtnululum on shaded 
range map from R-4, 5. 

297. Sharp, A.J., and L.E. Anderson. 1981. An unusual substrate 
for knothole moss, Anacamptodon splachnoides. Bryologist 
84:539-542. |1-M| Reported by Crum (1958) from Illinois; 
no spe( imcn cited. 

298. Sharp, L.W. 1920. Spermatogenesis in Blasia. Botanical 
Gazette 69:258-268 -I- pi. XV. | l-H| Bhi^u, pu.dia collcded 
near Chi<ago [probabK Cook Co.[; no mention of vouchci. 

299. Shaw, A.J. 1981. A taxonomic revision of the propaguli- 
ferous species of Pohlia (Musci) in North America. Journal 
of the Hatlori Botanical Laboratory 50:1-81. |I-M| /' 
prnlig,-rn from l..i S.illc Co., I<,dlr,n,i 2''lll (SMS), 

300. Shaw, A.J. 1981. Ecological diversification among nine 
species of Pohlia (Musci) in western North America. Ca- 
nadian Journal of Botany 59:2359-2378. \\-M\ P. proligrrn 
on dot m.i|) from La Salle Co. (|> 2362); no specimen cited. 

301. Shaw, [A,|J, 1982. Pohlia Htdw. (Musci) in North and 
Central America and the West Indies. Contributions from 
the University of Michigan Herbarium 15:219-295. |4-M| 
P. melnniidnn from Illinois, no (oiiiiIks listed; P. iiulnn^ 
shaded range map from .ill of Illinois; /'. proligrrn one 
population from Rl; /'. uiihlriihi-rgii from three populations 



in R-3; no specimens cited; p. 276.287.292.293; very similar 
to Ph.D. dissertation. 

302. Shaw, A.J. 1983. Phylogeny and ecology of Pohlia Hedw. 
with a revision of the species of North and Central Amer- 
ica. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. 

vii + 272 p. (4-.M| P. melunodou from Illinois (sterile speci- 
mens); P. nulrins on shaded range map from all of Illinois; 
P. proligern from one population (R-2); P. wahlenbergii from 
five populations (R-3,4); very small dot maps; no specimens 
cited. 

303. Sheviak, C.J., and A. Haney. 1973. Ecological interpreta- 
tions of the vegetation patterns of Volo Bog, Lake County, 
Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of 
Science 66:99-112. |1-S| Sphagnum recunum: no voucher 
mentioned. 

304. Sholl, R.D. 1970. The occurrence and distribution of the 
bryophytes of Lake Argyle State Park. .M.S. thesis. Western 
Illinois University, Macomb, vi -t- 81 p. [1-A, 4-H, 63-.M) 
Annotated checklist lor McUonough Co. with key and maps; 
vouchers at W'lU. but no specimens cited. 

305. Sholl, R.D., and J.D. Ives. 1973. The microenvironment 
of Climacium americanum. Transactions of the Illinois 
State Academy of Science 66{3-4):97-I04. (3-Mj From 
McDonough Co. in association w ith Bartramia pomiformis and 

Thuidium rt'iogiiitum; no specimens <ited. 

306. Short, C.W. 1845. Observations on the botany of Illinois, 
more especially in reference to the autumnal flora of the 
prairies. The Western Journal of Medicine and Surgery, 
New Series 3:185-198. |M| Page 193. "Ferns are remarkable 
rare on the prairies; indeed ... The same remarks will 
apph, in a good degree, to the tribe of mosses." 

307. Simon, T.M. 1977. Saxicolous bryophytes of Coles and 
Clark Counties. M.S. thesis. Eastern Illinois University, 
Charleston, xi + 236 p. |I-A. 23-H, 38-Ml Annotated 
checklist with descriptions and illustrations, vouchers in 
author's collection and at F.IU but no specimens cited. 

308. Skorepa, A.C. 1968. Liverworts from southern Illinois. 
Bryologist 71:129-138. |3-A. 55-H, 3-M| Notes and anno- 
tated ( hecklist for Clark (0,3,0). Coles (0,1 ,0), Gallatin (0,10,0), 
Hardin (0.1,0), Jiukson (2,36,0). Johnson (0,18.0), Pope 
(2,37,0), Randolph (0,6,0). Saline (0.6.0), and Union (1,22,0) 
COS.; specimens cited, vouchers at SlU; Bazzania tricrennla, 
Lejeunea lamacerinn, Marsupelln sullivanlii, Plagiochila undala, 
Scapania undulain, and Trichorolea tomentelln. 

309. Skorepa, A.C, 1973. Taxonomic and ecological studies on 
the lichens of southern Illinois. Ph.D. dissertation. Uni- 
versity of Tennessee, Knoxville. vi -t- 248 p. |1-H. 3-M| 
Dicrnnum scoparium. Grimmia Innigala, Pnlylrichum commune, 
and Scapania from Pope Co. and R-5, no vouchers men- 
tioned; 8 lichens growing on "moss"'; (p. 62.63, 
66.69,84,149,237), 

310. Skorepa, A.C, and J. A. Snider. 1967. Some unusual lower 
plants from Lusk Creek Canyon, Pope County. Illinois. 
Transactions of the Illinois Stale Academy of .Science 
60:105-106. |I-M, 2-S| .Annotated checklist with specimens 
( itcd. voiK hers at SlU: Dicrnnum spurium. Sphagnum compac- 
lum. and S, h-<u-nim. 

311. Smith, A.J. 1 964. Some evidences of succession in a north- 
ern Illinois quarry. M.S. thesis. Northern Illinois Univer- 
sity, De Kalb. vi -»• 64 p. | M j From Kane Co.; much discussion 
of mosses, iiuluding photos, but no scientific names; "The 
conclusions ol the studv mav be drawn without specific 
identification ol these small plains . . . .non-vascular plant 
taxonomv has bc-c-n avoided"; no vouchers mentioned: p. 
2.27.30.31. 

312. Smith, D.K. 1980. funaria amet^cana l.lndb. in North 
America. Bryologist 83:3.35-3.19. | I \1 1 I mm Cook and Will 



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COS.; specimens cited, also reported in literature (Hill, 1916; 
Lawton, 1971); the two sites are a pair of loess bluffs along 
main channel of proglacial Lake Chicago; dot map. 

Smith, G.L. 1969. Conspectus of Che genera of Polytricha- 
ceae (Bryophyta). Ph.D. dissertation. Columbia University, 
New York, [iii] + 173 p. |2-M| Page 1 W.Alrichuin on shaded 
range map from all of Illinois; p. 107, Pogonatum on shaded 
range map from all except R-2. 

Smith, G.L. 1977. Atrichum cylindricum (Polytrichaceae), 
an overlooked moss in the southeastern United States. 
Brittonia 29:368-375. [ 1-M) "Atruhum nlmdncum is probably 

distributed throughout the Mississippi Embayment and 

it may also be in southern Illinois. . . ." (p. 374). 

Snider, J. A. 1970. The genus Sphagnum in Illinois. Trans- 
actions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 63:329- 
338. [16-S] Annotated checklist for Clark (5). Cook (6), 
Fulton (1), Grundy (1), Jackson (I), Johnson (3), Kankakee 
(1), Kendall (1), Lake (13), La Salle (2), Massac (1), McHenry 
(4), Pope (4), Randolph (2), Will (2), and Williamson (1) cos.; 
specimens cited, vouchers at DUKE, F, ILL, ILLS, and SIU. 

Snider, J. A. 1973. A revision of the genus Archidium 
(Musci). Ph.D. dissertation. Duke University, Durham, 
North Carolina, xii + 306 p. |3-M] .-1. altemifohum. A. 
donnelli, and .4. ohioense on dot maps from Menard Co. 
[probably]; A. ohioen.se also from Cook Co.; some specimens 
cited; p. 1 14,150,212,213,215. 

Snider, J. A. 1975. A revision of the genus Archidium 
(Musci). Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 39:105- 
201. |3-M] .-1. allenufolium (Menard), A. donnellii (Menard), 
and A. ohweme (Cook, Menard); dot maps and specimens 
cited; reprint, with some changes, of Snider (1973). 

Snider, J.A. 1982. Bryophytes. Pages 14-21 in T.S. Coop- 
errider (ed.). Endangered and threatened plants of Ohio. 
Ohio Biological Survey, Biological Notes No. 16, iv + 92 

p. (I-H, 2-M, 2-S] Annotated checklist without reference to 
specific counties or basis for reports; no specimens cited; 

Archidium ohioense, Ducelium nudum, Pedinoph\llum interrup- 
tum, Sphagnum capillaceum, and S. fimbnatiim. 

Spessard, L.L. 1972. The bryophytes of Shelby County. 
M.S. thesis. Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, viii + 

430 p. |1-A, 15-H, 80-M| Checklist with descriptions and 
stylized illustrations; statewide distribution given (based on 
literature) including reports from 42 additional counties, 
especially Clark ( 1 , 1 4,65), Coles (1,1 3,65), and Fulton ( 1 .6,44); 
vouchers at EIU, but no specimens cited. 

Spessard, L.L. 1975. Five mosses new to Illinois. Bryologist 

78:86. [5-M| Annotated checklist for Shelby Co.; specimens 
cited, vouchers at EIU; Brachilhecium campestre, Fissidens 
bushii, Pohlia wahlenbergii, Pylaisiella selwynii, and Ulota crispa. 

Spessard, L.L., and C.B. Arzeni. 1975. Bryophytes of 
Shelby County, Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State 
Academy of Science 68:29-35. 1 1-A, 15-H, 71-M] Annotated 
checklist with specimens cited, vouchers at EIU; Bnzzania 
Irilnhain and L'liiln rrnpn. 

Spiess, L.D. 1976. Developmental effects of zeatin, ribosyl- 
zeatin, and Agrobacterium tumefaciens B6 on certain mosses. 
Plant Physiology 58:107-109. |8-M| -Collected locally" from 
Lake Forest area | probably Lake Co.|; identified by Crum. 
Stotler, and Zehr, no vouchers mentioned; Atrichum angus- 
tatum, Callicladium haldanianum, Climacium americanum, En- 
todon seductrix, Funarui h\gronielnca, Polylrtchum commune, 
Pylniiielln selu'xnii, and Thiiidnim delicntulum. 

Spiess, L.D., B.B. Lippincott, and J.A. Lippincott. 1981. 
Bacteria isolated from moss and their eflfecl on moss 
development. Botanical Gazette 142:512-518. |3-M| Am- 
blyslegium xarium, Funarin nmericnnn. and Pylaisiella setwynii 
from Cook Co.; no vouchers mentioned. 



324. Spiess, L.D., B.B. Lippincott, and J.A. Lippincott. 1971. 
Development and gametophore initiation in the moss Py- 
laisiella selwynii as influenced by Agrobacterium tumefa- 
ciens. American Journal of Botany 58:726-731. [1-M] From 
Cook Co.; no voucher mentioned. 

325. Steere, W.C. 1933. The association of Bartramia pomiformit 
and Aulacomnium heterostichum. Bryologist 36:14-15. [2- 

M] Montgomery (1931) has reported on a similiar study of 
the relation of hydrogen-ion concentration to habitat in the 
Grand de Tour region [Ogle Co.] of Illinois. He tested the 
reaction not only of the substratum, but also of the mosses 
themselves, and usually found them to be more alkaline than 
the soil beneath them. Bartramia and Aulacomnium were 
reported to range from the neutral point to somewhat 
alkaline, the majority of the specimens tested having a pH 
of 7.2; no vouchers mentioned. 

326. Steere, W.C. 1940. Tortula in North America north of 
Mexico. Bryologist 43:12-23, 45-56, 76-86, 98-109. [1-M] 
Tortula papillosa from Illinois (p. 100), no counties listed; no 
specimen cited. 

327. Steere, W.C. 1979. Taxonomy and phytogeograpby of bry- 
ophytes in Boreal and Arctic North America. Chapter 6. 
Pages 123-157 in G.C.S. Clarke and J.G. Duckett (eds.), 
Bryophyte Systematics. Academic Press, New York, xii -t- 

582 p. |2-M] Ctenidium molluscum from R-4 and Pterygoneuron 
subsesiile from R-3 on dot maps; no specimens cited. 

328. Stotler, R.E. 1976. Saxicolous bryophyte and macrolichen 
associations in southern Illinois. I. Little Grand Canyon, 
Jackson County. Bryologist 79:1-15. 132-H, 35-M] Anno- 
tated checklist with ecological data and frequency measure- 
ments, no specimens cited but vouchers at SIU; Lejeunea 
lamacerina ssp. gemminata, Metzgeria conjugata, Plagiochila 
sharpii, and Scapania undulata. 

329. Stotler, R.E. 1979. A history of Illinois bryology. Trans- 
actions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 72(2):16- 
27. ]A,H,M,S] Biographical sketches of Illinois bryologists; 
some bryophytes mentioned. 

330. Stotler, R.E., and D.H. Vitt. 1972. Additions to the hepatic 
flora of the Pickle Springs area of southeastern Missouri. 
Bryologist 75:176-178. 14-H] Annotated checklist based pri- 
marily on literature reports of Skorepa (1968); Cephalozia 
connivens (Pope, Interior Highlands), C. media (Pope), Metz- 
geria conjugata (Jackson), and \ouellia cun'ifoha (Jackson, 
Pope) "Continued studies will, no doubt, reveal its presence 
in many other localities of Illinois . . . ." 

331. Stover, E.L. 1930. A mesophytic ravine, "Rocky Branch", 
a floristic account. Eastern Illinois State Teachers College 
Bulletin No. 110:1-26. (1-A, 5-H, 7-M, IS) Anihoceros. 
Atrichum, Blana.Bryum, Climacium, Conocephalum, Leucobryum, 
Marchantia, Mnium, Pellia, Polytrtchum. Reboulia, Sphagnum, 
and Thuidium from Clark Co.; no vouchers mentioned. 

332. Sullivant, W.S. 1856. The Musci and Hepaticae of the 
United States east of the Mississippi River. George P. 
Putnam & Co., New York. 113 p. -(- 8 pis. [1-M] Cryphaea 
mundata from the Fox and Wabash rivers (White Co.); also 
reported from the Black River which is located in Posey 
Co., Indiana, not Illinois (see McKnight #209); also contrib- 
uted to the second edition of Grav's Manual of Botanv. 

333. Sullivant, W.S. 1864. Icones Muscorum or figures and 
descriptions of most of the mosses peculiar to eastern 
North America which have not been heretofore figured. 
University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, vi -t- 216 p. 
+ 128 tab. 1 1-M] Acaulon schimperianum from Menard Co., 
Hall. 

334. Sullivant, W.S. 1874. Icones Muscorum or figures and 
descriptions of most of the mosses peculiar to eastern 
North America which have not yet been figured. Supple- 



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ment. University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, viii + 
109 p. + 81 tab. |2-.Vlj Conomilrtum Haltxinum |sic) trom 
Illinois Iprobablv Menard Co.| Hall; Leskea Auitini |sic| from 
Fullon Co., Woij. 

335. Takaki, N. 1972. Geographical distribution of Japanese 
Dicranum species in the Northern Hemisphere. Journal 
of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 35:31-40. |1<-M| KaiiKc 
maps (p. 3;i. 38) iiuludint; all ot Illinois tin Durnnum 
flagellare, D. luyceicetn, and D. vinde var. virulf. no specimens 
cited. 

336. Tan, B.C. 1978. Physcomitrella patens (Musci: Funariaceae) 
in North America. Bryologist 81:561-567. | 1-M| From Ful- 
lon Co. Cluis,' 13133 (CANM, LBC) and Menard Co. Hall 
(.MICH); onK one population trom Illinois on doi map. 

337. Taylor, A.M. 1919. Mosses as formers of tufa and floating 
islands. Bryologist 22:38-39. (l-M) Brcichylhenum nviiliire 
from Will Co.; no specimen cited. 

338. Taylor, A.M. 1920. Ecological succession of mosses. Bo- 
tanical Gazette 69:449-491. 134-M, I-.Sj Frimi Carroll ( 1 1 ,0). 
Cook (24.1), and Will (8,0) cos.; no vouchers menlioned; 
the Illinois data is intermixed with data from northwestern 
Indiana; "In the ravines themselves [Cook Co.] the mosses 
belong almost without exception to the Hypnaceae and are 
with sporophytes." (p. 472): interesting. 

339. Taylor, A.M. 1920. Appearance of mosses in ecological 
habitats. Bryologist 23:81-84. |75-.\I, 3-S| .Annotated check- 
list for Cook Co.; table showing ecological habitats lor eai h 
species; "... a great reduction in the number of species in 
the late oak and climax forests, which appears in marked 
cfjntrast to the conditions found in manv regions." 

340. Taylor, A.M. 1921. Occurrence of Funaria hygrometrica 
(L.) Sibth. Bryologist 24:7-8. |1-H, 2-.M] From Cook Co. in 
association with Marchantut f>ol\morph/i and Polylrichiim com- 
mune: no vouchers mentioned. 

341. Thomas, P.E. 1974. Hepaticae of the Interior Highlands, 
North America. M.A. thesis. Southwest Missouri State 
University, Springfield, v + 121 p. |3 A, 63-H] lotal of 
137 species from the Interior Highlands with 66 species 
from the Ozark Hills (R-d), called Ozark Highlands on Table 
1 (p. 2-9), no counties listed; excellent keys, brief habitat 
descriptions, illustrations, no specimens cited, many vouchers 
at SMS, some reports from literature; Frullnnm kuiizn |?|. 
Marsupellii '.ullnnnlii. flaniurhiUi jirgniirci |"-|. and Kiii/iilii 
mollis |:-|. 

342. Thompson, D.N. 1977. A survey of the bryophytes of 
Bureau County, Illinois. M.S. thesis. Western Illinois Uni- 
versity, Macomb, vii + 58 p. |7-H, 75-M | .Annotated c hecklisi 
with specimens cited, vouthers at MWI; includes 4-H and 
28-M reported trom surrounding cf>unties (La Salle. Lee. 
Stark); Heriogiella lur/tireii, I'otlui davalliiDui, Tnrluin minalis, 
and T. rurnlis. 

343. Thone, F. 1923. Evaporation rates on rock canyon walls. 
Botanical Gazette 76:419-424. |2-H. 1-M| (Mllwhid, uw Iwl- 
dunmiium. C'lUnifjihahim, and Marfhanlin from La Salle Co.; 
no vouchers mentioned. 

344. Traylor, E.A. 1977. The bryoecology of Montgomery County, 
Illinois. M.S. thesis. Eastern Illinois University, Charles- 
ton, vii -H 149 p. |2-n. 34-M| \ou( hers in authors ( .illectir>n 
and at FIL |:-|. 

345. True, R.N. 1899. Geographical distribution of Dicranum. 
Bryologist 2:25-27. |3-M| />. Bonjeani |sic|, I), sai/inrmm. and 
D. unduhilum trom Illinois, no counties listed: no specimens 
cited. 

346. Tucker, L.T. 1970. Bryophytc flora of Cass County. M.S. 
thesis. Western Illinois University, Macomb, vi -H 58 p. (I- 

A, 4-H, 67-M| Annotated checklist, no specimens (tied but 



Miuchers at MWI; Cnmpyimm ■.lelhiliim. H<iri„iiilhii^ ^nilnlu^. 
and P\laisifll(i intncata. 

347. Ullrick, F.T. 1915. The relation of evaporation and soil 
moisture to plant succession in a ravine. Bulletin of the 
Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History 12:1-16 -t- 18 

pis. |3-M| Alruhum iiiidululum. Mmum, and Pohtnchum com- 
mune from Cook Co.; no vouchers mentioned. 

348. Underwood, L.M. 1882. North American Hepaticae. Bo- 
tanical Gazette 7:18-21. |H| " . . Illinois has been more t)r 
less (arelulK examined . . . .lort\-five [species] Irom Illinois, 
yet . . . only a few counties have been carefullv examined"; 
no taxa listed from Illinois. 

349. Underwood, L.M. 1884. Descriptive catalogue of the North 
American Hepaticae, north of Mexico. Bulletin of the 
Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History 2:1-133. |3- 
A, 44-H] Checklist for unspecified Illinois ItKations (p. 1 16- 
119); no specimens cited; Jungermannia Sulliianliae (sic), 
Lophocnien Hnllu |si< |. and Kicn/i crwtalhnn are noted in text. 

350. Underwood, L.M. 1890. Cellular acrogens, or bryophytes. 
Pages 702-732 -H pis. 22-25 in A. Gray (ed.), .Manual of 
the botany of the northern United States, including the 
district east of the Mississippi and north of North Carolina 
and Tennessee. Ivison, Blackman, and Co., New York. 760 
p. -t- 25 pis. |7-H1 CephcUnielln sullnanln. Uphmolea Halln 
[sicj, Odonlo\chi\m(i iphugni, Riccin cmlallino, R. jroslii. R. 
leicuriana, and R. sorocarpa from Illinois, no counties listed: 
no specimens cited. 

351. Underwood, L.M. 1894. Notes on our Hepaticae. II. Bo- 
tanical Gazette 19:273-278. |6-H| Riccia cr\.inlhnn. R. Jroslii, 
R. jroslii var. inujur, R. Ununiiuii. R. lulescen^. and R. minima 
from Illinois, no counties listed; no specimens cited. 

352. Underwood, L.M. 1895. Notes on our Hepaticae. II. The 
distribution of North American Marchanliaceae. Botanical 
Gazette 20:59-71. |.-)-H| A.lcyllo lenellci. Cunuccplmlum com- 
cum. Grunaldia jrngrnns. .Marchanlia pohmorpha. and Reboulia 
hemisphaerka from Illinois, no counties listed: no specimens 
cited. 

353. Underwood, L.M. 1896. The genus Cephalozia in North 
America. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 23:381- 
394. |I-H| C. \ullnnntme from Illinois; no specimen cited. 
".Austin also reported it from Illinois, but I have seen no 
specimens." (p. 387). 

354. Vasey, G. 1859. Mosses of Illinois. Transactions of the 
Illinois State Agricultural Society 3:676-679. [111. 44-M| 
.Annotated checklist for M< Henrv Co.; no specimens cited, 
vouchers incf)rporaled at ILL from ILLS. 

355. Vaughn, R.H. 1940. Moultrie County mosses. Transactions 
of the Illinois State Academy of Science 33:73. |.')()-M| 
Checklist with vouchers in author's colledion and at ILL; 
no specimens cited. 

356. Vaughn, R.H. 1941. Bryophytes of Rocky Branch region 
of Clark County. Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State 
AcademvofScicnce34:96-97. |I-A. 13-11. TIM, I S|Che. k- 
lisl.no specimens (lied, vouchers at ABSll. Ill .and MKlll. 

357. Vicrling, P.E. 1976. Starved Rock trails. A hiker's guide 
to the trails, geology, and botany of Starved Rock State 
Park. Illinois. Guidebook No. 3. Illinois Country Guides, 
Chicago. 104 p. | I A. (ill. I-M| Anlho.ru... lilu^ui. O.'i.i.r- 
phalum. .Marchanlia. Pelha. Pnlylrichum cnmmunr. Relmulia. and 
Scapania from La .Salle Co. (p. 100.101); no vouchers mrn- 
tioned, 

358. VitI, D.H. 1972. A monograph of the genus Drummondia. 
Canadian Journal of Botany 50:1191-1208. jl-Mj I), pu,- 
repent (rom (lark Co.. Vaughn 110 (MICH), (p. I 197); Fig. 
34. world disinbulion ol genus includes all of Illinois (p. 
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359. Vitt, D.H. 1973. A revision of the genus Orthotrichum in 
North America, north of Mexico. Bryophytorum Biblioth- 
eca Vol. 1. J. Cramer, Vaduz, West Germany. 298 p. + 60 
pis. [6-M] 0. anomnlum (Cook), 0. uhioense (Rock Island), O. 
pumilum (La Salle, R-3), 0. pusiUum (Johnson, R-5), 0. 
stellalum (Winnebago), and 0. strangulntum (Menard, R-2); 
specimens cited; dot maps. 

360. Vitt, D.H., and P. Lee. 1984. Anomodon minor (Musci: 
Leskeaceae) in North America. Bryologist 87:338-339. |1- 

M| Dot map with eight locations in Illinois; no specimens 
cited. 

361. Wade, D.R., and D.E. Wade. 1971. Plants of the Pine Rock 
Nature Preserve and some fauna lists. Pine Rock Nature 
Preserve Occasional Papers No. 1. Department of Outdoor 
Teacher Education, Lorado Taft Field Campus, Oregon, 
Illinois. X + 16 p. + 5 appendices. |1-M. l-Sj Puhtrichum 
commune and Sphagnum from Ogle Co.; no vouchers men- 
tioned. 

362. Walker.J.K. 1964. Synopsisof the genera of mosses (Musci) 
in southern Illinois. M.A. thesis. Southern Illinois Uni- 
versity, Carbondale. vii + 87 p. |152-M, 1-S| Descriptions 
and keys for 65 genera with list of species recorded from 
southern Illinois, 16 southernmost counties, but no specific 
counties given or vouchers mentioned; Brachythecium alhicam, 
Buxbaumia apb\lla, Dicranum vinde, Grimmia lnchoph\lla, and 
Orlholnchum ajfine: the basis for reports, especially several 
rare taxa, is suspect. 

363. Wareham, R.T. 1939. The moss genera Pottia and Pteri- 
goneurum in North America north of Mexico. Ph.D. dis- 
sertation. The Ohio State University, Columbus. 77 p. [4- 

M] One specimen [of Potlia Iruncala] from Chicago [Cook 
Co.] reported by Flowers (1930) is PhMcomtlnum turhinatum: 
Grout's 197 [Pottia randu] was collected by Flowers (1930) 
on soil in shade, Washington Park, Chicago (also on dot 
map); Ptengoneuron subsesule "east to Illinois," on dot map 
from central Illinois (R-3); Pottia truncnta on dot map (mis- 
identified); p. 18,30,48,59,61,64. 

364. Wascher, H. 1934. Plant composition of Illinois peat bogs. 
M.S. thesis. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. 24 

p. |3-M, 1-S] H\pnum, Pohtrichum (2 spp.), and Sphagnum 
from Bureau, Henry, Lake, Mason, McHenry, Rock Island, 
and/or Whiteside cos.; unclear about source of material; no 
vouchers mentioned. 

365. Waterman, W.G. 1921. Preliminary report on the bogs of 
northern Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State Acad- 
emy of Science 14:79-84. |1-S| Sphagnum from Lake Co. 

366. Waterman, W.G. 1923. Bogs of northern Illinois. II. Trans- 
actions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 16:214- 
225. [2-M. 1-S) Leucohnum. Pohtrichum, and Sphagnum from 
Lake Co.; no vouchers mentioned. 

367. Waterman, W.G. 1926. Ecological problems from the 
Sphagnum bogs of Illinois. Ecology 7:255-272. 1 1-H, I-M. 
1-S] Marchantia, Mnium, and Sphagnum from Lake Co.; no 
vouchers mentioned. 

368. Weber, W.R. 1959. A flora of Piney Creek ravine. M.S. 
thesis. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. vi + 105 

p. [ 1-H, l-S] Cephalozietla etachtslata and Sphagnum idpilbiceum 
from Randolph Co. (p. 14,15,88); reprinted, with some 
omissions, in Weber (1970). 

369. Weber, W.R. 1970. A flora of Piney Creek ravine. Trans- 
actions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 63:18-33. 

[1-H, 1-S] Cephalozietla iuhdentata and Sphagnum Kipillaifiim 
from Randolph Co. (p. 30,32); vouchers at SIU, but no 
specimens cited. 

370. Welch, W.H. 1960. A monograph of the Fontinalaceae. 
Martinus Nijhoff', The Hague, Netherlands. 357 p. |6-M| 
Brachylemn iuhulatum (Fox & Wabash rivers bv von Wied in 



1832, Welch also reported this species from the Black River 
which is located in Posey Co., Indiana, not Illinois; (see also 
Mcknight #209); Fontmalis biformis (Fulton), F.filtformti (Ful- 
ton, Wabash), F. hypnoides (Fulton, Marion), F. missounca 
(Cook, Jackson, Will), and F. novae-angliae (Jackson, Peoria, 
Pope, Pulaski): specimens cited. 

371. Welch, W.H. 1962. The Hookeriaceae of the United States 
and Canada. Bryologist 65:1-24. [1-M| Hookena acutijolm 
from Clark Co.. Vaughn 99 (.MICH). 

372. West, v., and R.E. Stotler. 1977. Saxicolous bryophyte and 
macrolichen associations in southern Illinois. II. Panther's 
Den, Union County. Bryologist 80:612-618. [2 1-H. 19-M] 
Ecological data and frequency measurements; Brizzania tri- 
crenata, Herzogieila itriatella, and Leucotejeunea unciloba: no 
specimens cited. 

373. White, J., and M.H. Madamy. 1978. Classification of nat- 
ural communities in Illinois. Appendix 30. Pages 309-405 
III J. White (ed.), Illinois Natural Areas Inventory Tech- 
nical Report. Vol. 1. Survey Methods and Results. Illinois 
Natural Areas Inventory, Urbana. 426 p. [3-M. 2-S] Di- 
iranum icoparium, Leucobnum glnucum, Pohtrichum commune. 
Sphagnum recunum, and Sphagnum spp. from Illinois; no 
counties listed; no vouchers mentioned; p. 323,342. 

374. Wiedman, J.E. 1971. The lichen flora of Rocky Branch 
Nature Preserve, Clark County, Illinois. M.S. thesis. East- 
ern Illinois University, Charleston, iii -t- 109 p. [9-H. 17- 
M, 3-S] Notes and annotated checklist: Porella pmnata ]?], 
Sphagnum palusire, S. ^quarrouim. and S. tenerum: no mention 
of vouchers. 

375. Wiedman, J.E., and W. Whiteside. 1975. The lichen flora 
of Rocky Branch Nature Preserve Clark County, Illinois. 
Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 
68:102-117. |4-H, 14-M, 3-S| Notes and annotated checklist: 
reprint, with some omissions, of Wiedman (1971). 

376. Wilcut, J.W. 1981. Moss sensitivity to sulphur dioxide. 
M.S. thesis. Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, x -t- 

123 p. [4-M| Aulacomnium heteruitichum, Bartramia pomiformis. 
Leucohnum glaucum. and Pohtrichum ohioen.se from Illinois (R- 
4), vague dot maps: no mention of vouchers. 

377. Williams, H. 1959. Pterigoneuron ovatum in Ontario. Bryol- 
ogist 62:156-158. |1-M| P. u,hs,;.ile collected in Illinois, 

according to Wareham (I.e.); nii specimen cited. 

378. Williams, R.A. 1980. A taxonomic and ecological study of 
the lichens in "Rocks Parks" in Coles County, Illinois. 
M.S. thesis. Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, iv + 

24 p. |2-M| Alrichum anguitatum and Dicrnnum scopnrium: no 
specimens cited. 

379. Williams, R.S. 1919. The genus Desmatodon in North 
America. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 46:207- 
220. [1-M| D. porteri from Illinois, no count\ listed: no 
specimen cited. 

380. Winterringer, G.S. 1949. Rock-ledge vegetation in southern 
Illinois. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Illinois, Urbana- 
Champaign. vi + 174 p. [1-H. 13-M] Annotated checklist 
from R-5 (p. 1 17-120) with some specimens cited; reprinted 
in Winterringer &- \'estal (1956). 

381. Winterringer, G.S., and A.G. Lopinot. 1977. .\quatic plants 
of Illinois. Illinois Stale Museum Popular Series 6:1-142. 

|2-H| Riccia puitans and Riccwcarpw. nutans from iinspecihed 
Illinois locations (p. 26): no specimens cited. 

382. Winterringer, G.S., and A.G. Vestal. 1956. Rock-ledge 
vegetation in southern Illinois. Ecological Monographs 
26:105-130. [ 10-\1| fn>m R-5; reprinted Inim Winterringer 
(1949), with Atrtchum anguitatum. Drummondiii prorepen^. Re- 
houlia, and U'm.on vitiduta omitted. 

383. Wolf, J., and E. Hall. 1878. A list of the mosses, liverworts 



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and lichens of Illinois. Bulletin of the Illinois Stale Lab- 
oratory of Natural History 1:18-35. |4-A. 44-H. 168-M) 
Checklist trom R-5 (0,1.10). Fulton (4,31.118). Johnson 
(0.8.5). Kane (0,0,3), Lee (0.0.1). Marion (0.0.1)'. Mason 
(0.0.1). McHenry (0,0,1), Menard (2,2.5,126), Ogle (0,0,1). 
Peoria (0,0, 1 ), Pulaski (0,0, 1 ), and Union ( 1 ,5.3) cos., as well 
as some from unspecified Illinois locations, no specimens 
cited; includes numerous questionable reports (see .McKnighi 
»207). 

384. Wunderlin, R.P. 1967. A preliminary annotated checklist 
of the moss flora of Carroll County, Illinois. Transactions 
of the Illinois Slate Academy of Science 60:433-435. |49- 
M| Compiled primariK trom the literature; RInlutnnn riign- 
sum. 

385. Wynne, F.E. 1942. A revision of the North American 
species of Drepanocladus. Ph.D. dissertation. University 
of Michigan, Ann Arbor. |i| + 231 p. -I- 10 pi. + 13 maps. 

1 1-M| "In eastern North America the boreal-montane species 
of Drepanoclnriui occur from the arctic southward 
to . . . Illinois."; map 9, D. nduncus var. hfittus two locations 
on dot map in northeastern Illinois [Lake and approximately 
De Kalb cos.); "on grassy tussocks in cold springy bog, Peoria 
[Tazewell Co.|, Aug. 1906 F.E. McDonald (DUKE), Deer 
Lodge, 1888 «o(8)(14)A(15)// (NY), very wet ground, Palos 
Park |Cook Co.], A.M. Taylor 109 (NY); p. 15 and 98. 

386. Wynne, F.E. 1944. Studies in Drepanocladus II. Taxonomy. 
Bryologist 47:147-189. 1 1-M| D. ndnnnf. yar. hpiru^ from R- 
2 (p. 256) two locations on dot map; exsiccati (p. 155) IL 
N. A.M. PI. 289 (MICFL NY). 

387. Zaies, W.M. 1967. Studies of the capsule wall of selected 
Musci from Coles County. M.S. thesis. Eastern Illinois 
University, Charleston, viii + 72 p. |50-M| Tmlul/i muim,!- 
ijoha and BrulhrrelUi rcrunriiii; youchers in author's collection 
but no specimens cited, some material from Tennessee and 
Wisconsin but not specified; black and white photomicro- 
graphs. 

388. ZaIes, W.M. 1971. Bryophytes of Goose Lake Prairie, 
Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois Slate Academy of 
Science 64:222-224. 1 1-A. 6-H. 22-M. 1-.S| Annotated c heck- 
list from Grundy Co.; specimens cited, vouchers at FlU. 

389. ZaIes, W.M. 1973. A laxonomic revision of the genus 



Philonolis for North America north of Mexico. Ph.D. 
dissertation. University of British Columbia, Vancouver. 

vi -t- 166 p. |2-M| I'. I„<iiii<iii yar /..i;m-m (Johnson. La Salle. 
Pope) anci P. iminhiiii (Lake. Menard); spec imens cited. 

390. Zander, R. 1967. The New World distribution of Scopelo- 
phila (=.\/.rffv«). Bryologist 70;405-4l3. jl-Mj S. tiguhla 
fiom La Salle Co., from Jones (1961). 

391. Zehr, D.R. 1976. An autecological investigation of selected 
bryophytes in three sandstone canyons in southern Illinois. 
M.S. thesis. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. iii 

+ 106 p. |3-H. 2-M| From R-5 and Jackscm. Union, and 
Williamson cos.; no specimens cited; in-depth physiographic 
measurements; Atnrhum atigustalum, Diph\snuin folunum, Lo- 
phocotea heterophylla, Sou-ellia ruifi/olia. and Tnchocolea lomrn- 
letla; reprinted in Zehr (1977). 

392. Zehr, D.R. 1977. An autecological investigation of selected 
bryophytes in three sandstone canyons in southern Illinois. 
Bryologist 80:571-583. |3-11. 2-M|' Rtpniii, with omissions, 
of Zehr (1976). 

393. Zehr, D.R. 1979. Phenology of selected bryophytes in 
southern Illinois. Bryologist 82:29-36. |3-H. 2-M| From R- 
5 and Jackson. L iiion. and \N'illiams(in cos.; no specimens 
cited. 

394. Zehr, D.R. 1980. An as.sessment of variation in Scapania 
nemorosa and selected related species (Hepatophyla). Ph.D. 
dissertation. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. [vii] 

+ 140 p. |2-H| S. ,i,m„rnu, (Favetle, (lallatm. Jackson. John- 
son, La Salle, Pope, Saline) and .V. utidiilala (La Salle, Saline); 
investigations of chromosomes, developmental morphology, 
isozymes, phenolics. terpenes; specimens cited; reprinted in 
Zehr (1980). 

395. Zehr, D.R. 1980. An assessment of variation in Scapania 
nemorosa and selected related species (Hepatophyla). Bry- 
ophylorum Bibliolheca Vol. 15. j. Cramer, Vaduz, West 
Germany, xiv + 140 p. |2-ll| Rcpruu. with omissions, <>l 
Zehr's (1980) dissertation. 

396. Zehr, D.R., and R. Sloller. 1980. Liverworts and hornworls 
of FerneClyff'e Stale Park, Johnson County, Illinois. Tran.s- 
aclions of the Illinois Stale Academy of Science 73(4):41- 
44. (2-.^, 38-H| Annotated checklist for Johnson Co. with 
specimens cited: Lejeunea lamacenna subsp. gemmtnala. 



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INDICES 

The numbers following each division correspond to the numerical acronym preceeding each publication listed 
in the bibliography. 



1. AUTHORS (250). 



Alexander, C. — 273 

Ammons, N. — 1 

Anderson, L.E. — 2, 3, 81, 87, 88, 89, 90, 297 

Anderson, R.C. — 4 

Ando, H. — 5 

Andrews, A.L. — 6, 7, 134 

Andrus, R.E. — 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 72 

Anonymous— 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 

26 
Armstrong, P.K. — 27. 28 
Artist, R.C. — 29, 30 

Arzeni, C.B. — 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 184, 211, 272, 321 
Atwell, R.S. — 36 
Austin. C.F. — 37, 38, 39 
Barklev, E.E. — 40, 41 
Barnes, C.R. — 42, 43 
Barrick, S.H. (S.A. Holmes) — 48, 143 
Bazzaz, EA.[L.] — 239 
Best, G.N. — 44 
Blair, M.C. — 45, 46, 47 
Boewe, G.H. — 48 
Bowers, ED. — 72 
Bowers, M.C. — 49 
Brassard, C.R. — 50 
Breen, D.A. — 51 
Brendel E — 52, 53, 54, 55 
Britton, E.G. [K.] — 56, 57, 58, 59, 60 
Burnette, D.C. — 61 
Cain, S.A. — 135 
Calkins, W.W. — 62 
Cardot, J. — 63, 64, 65, 66 
Carothers, Z.B. — 67, 228 
Carvey, K. — 68 
Chamberlin, MA. — 69 
Cheney, L.S. — 70 
Chimney, M.J. — 71 
Christy, J. A. — 72 
Clapp, G.L. — 73 
Clark, L. — 120 
Clute, W.N —74 
Conard, H.S. — 75. 76 
Cowles, H.C. — 77, 78 
Craig, E.J. — 135 
Crandall-Stotler, B.J. — 79, 80 
Crosby, M.R. — 81 
Crotz, D.K. — 82 

Crum, H.A. — 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 282 
Darlington, H.T. — 91 
Davidonis, G.H. — 92 
Davis, B.M. — 93 
Dibben, MJ. — 72 
DiMichele, W.A. — 94 
Downing, E.R. — 95 
Doyle, W.T. — 261 
Drexler, R.V — 142 
Duckett, J.G. — 67, 228 
Duerr, J.J. — 96 
Dupler, A.W. — 97 
Dybas, H.S. — 98 
Emerson, EW. — 99 
Emmitt, R.W. — 100 

Evans, A.W. — 101, 102, 103. 104, 105. 106 
Evers, R.A. — 107, 108, 109, 1 10. Ill, 112 
Farrar, D.R — 68 
Fell, E.W- 113. 114 



Fell, G.B. — 114 

Fife, A J. — 115 

Flowers, S. — 1 16, 117, 134, 135 

Freeman, G.W. — 118, 234 

Fritsch, R.— 119 

Frye. T.C. — 120, 135 

Fuller, G.D. — 121 

Galligar, G.C. — 122 

Garber. ED — 201, 214 

Garber, J.F — 123 

Gatchell, S.L. — 124 

Gates, EC. — 125 

Gleason, H.A. — 126, 127 

Glenn-Lewin, DC. — 68 

Grant, ER. — 128 

GroUe, R. — 129 

Grout, A.J. — 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137 

Grunwald, C. — 138 

Hague, S.M. — 48, 128, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143 

Hall, E. — 383 

Haney, A. — 303 

Baring, I.M. — 135 

Hatcher, RE. — 144, 145, 146, 147 

Hatton, S. — 148 

Haupt, A.W. — 149 

Henderson, LB. — 150 

Hervey, A.B. — 252 

Hill, E.J. — 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 169, 160. 

161 
Hoff, C.C. — 1 1 1 
Holferty, G.M. — 162 
Holmes, S.A. (S.M. Barrick) — 48, 143 
Holzinger, J.M. — 163 
Homoya, M.A. — 164 
Hopkins, C.E.O. (C.E. Ott) — 165, 238 
Horton, D.G. — 166, 167 
Howe, M.A. — 168 
Huett, J.W. — 169 
Husa, J.G. — 170 
Inoue, S. — 232 

Ireland, R.R. — 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176 
Isenbarger, J. — 177 
Ives, J. D. — 235, 305 
Jackson, S.T. — 178, 179 
James, T.P. — 180, 196, 197 
Jansen, D.B.E — 181 
Janssens, J.A.P. — 182 
Jennings, O.E. — 183 
Jester, J. — 184 
Jones, G.N. — 134, 185 
Keim, L.L. — 186 
Kibbe. A.L. — 187, 188 
Klopmever, MJ. — 189 
Koelling, A.C. — 267 
Kopenen, T.U.| — 190, 191, 192 
Kur/, H. — 193 
Lawton, E. — 194 
Lazarenko, A.S. — 195 
Lee, Peter — 360 
Lesquereux, C.L. — 196. 197 
Lewinsky, J. — 198 
Lev, L.M. — 175 
Lippincott, B.B. — 323, 324 
Lippincott, J.A. — 323, 324 
Lopinot, A.C. — 199, 381 



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Madam\, \I.H. — 373 

Manuel, M.G. — 200 

Maravolo. N.C. — 201 

Martin. S.M. — 202 

Matten, L.C. — 203 

McBroom. R.L. — 204 

McClai.i. VV.F,. — 267 

McClean. J.A. — 20') 

McGee, W.J. — 206 

McKnighi, B.N. — 34. 207. 208. 209. 210. 21 I 

Mever. S.L. — 212 

Miller. M.W. — 213. 214 

Miller, N.G. — 176, 179, 215, 216, 217, 218 

Mohlenbrock. R.H. — 219, 220, 221, 222 

Mohr, C. — 223 

Montgomerv, C.R. — 224. 225 

Morrow. J.S. — 226 

Moser. J.W. — 67. 227. 228 

Munroe. M.H. — 92 

Neal, F..F.. — 229 

Nees von Esenbeck, C.G.D. — 230 

Nelson, N.L.T. — 231 

MchoK, G.F,. — 106 

Nishimura. N. — 232 

OTIahertv, L.M. — 233, 234. 235 

O'Hanlon. M.E. — 236. 237 

Ott. C.E. (C.F.O. Hopkins) — 165. 238 

Ozimek. A.R. — 235 

Page. L.M. — 112 

Paolillo. D.J.. Jr. — 239 

Papp, C. — 240 

Parker. A. — 241 

Patterson, H.N. — 242 

Pennv, N.D. — 243. 244 

Pepoon. H.S. — 245, 246 

Peterson, W. — 247 

Pfeiffer, N.E. — 248 

Phillips, T.I.. — 94 

Proskauer, |.M. — 249 

Pursell. R..\. — 250 

Rasiorfer, J.R. — 251 

Rau. E.A. — 252 

Redfearn. PL.. Jr. — 76. 205. 253. 254. 255. 256, 257 

Reese. W.D. — 258 

Reichle. D.F. — 259, 260. 261 

Ren/aglia. K.S. — 79. 262. 263. 264. 265 

Richards. D. — 266 

Robertson. K.R. — 267 

Robinson, H. — 268 

Roll, J. — 269 

Rohde. C.J.. Jr. — 270 

Royse. D.J. — 35, 271. 272 

Rubin. M. — 273 

Rushing, A.E. — 274, 275 

Sayre, C. — 1 34 

Scherller, M.M. — 276, 277 

Schiller, C. T. — 278 

Schnooberger, I. — 279 

Schohcid, VV.B. — 280, 281. 282 

Schuster. R..V1. — 217, 283. 284, 285, 286. 287. 288. 289. 290. 

291. 292, 293 
Schwegman, J.E. — 294. 295 



Sharp. A.J. — 133. 135. 296. 297 

Sharp. L.W. — 298 

Shaw, A.J. — 299, 300. 301. 302 

Shcviak. C.J. — 303 

Sholl. R.D. — 304. 305 

Short. C.W. — 306 

Simon. I'.M. — 307 

Skorepa. A.C. — 308. 309. 310 

Smith. A.J. — 311 

Smith. D.K. — 312 

Smith. G.L. — 313. 314 

Snider. J. A. — 310. 315. 316. 317. 318 

Spessard. L.L. — 319, 320, 321 

Spiess, L.D. — 322. 323. 324 

Steere, W.C. — 134. 135, 325, 326. 327 

Stotler, R.E. — 80, 328. 329, 330, 372, 396 

Stover. E.L. — 331 

Sullivant. W.S. — 332, 333. 334 

Szafoni, D.B. — 138 

Takaki, N. — 336 

Tan, B.C. — 336 

laylor, A.M. — 337. 338. 339, 340 

Theriot, 1. — 63, 64, 65, 66 

I'homas, RE. — 341 

Thompson, D.N. — 342 

Ihone. F. — 343 
Traylor, E.A. — 344 

I'rue, R.H. — 345 

I'ucker, L.T. — 346 

Ullrick, FT. — 347 

L iiderwood. L.M. — 348, 349. 350. 351, 362, 353 

\asc\. G. — 354 

\'aughii. R.H. — 366, 366 

Vestal. A.G. — 382 

Vierling. PE. — 367 

Vitt. D^H. — 167. 330. 358. 359. 360 

Voigt. J.W. — 222 

Voth. P.D. — 201. 214 

Wade. D.E. — 361 

Wade. D.R. — 361 

Walker. J. K. — 362 

Wareham, R.T. — 136, 363 

Wascher, H. — 364 

Waterman. W.G. — 365, 366. 367 

Weber. W.R. — 368. 369 

Welch. W.H.— 133. 370, 371 

West. \'. — 372 

White. J. — 373 

Whiteside. W.C. — 376 

Wiedman. J.E. — 374, 375 

Wilcui. |.W. — 376 

Williams. H. — 377 

Williams. R.A. — 378 

Williams. R.S. — 379 

Wimerringer. C.S. — 380. 381. 382 

Wolf. |. — 383 

Wundcrlin. R.P — 384 

WMine. FF.|H.| — 385, 386 

/.ales, W.M. — 387. 388, 389 

/.ander. R.H. — 3. 390 

/,<ht. DR. — 391. 392. 393. 394. 395. 396 



II. CHRONOIOCICAL INDEX. 



1834 — 230 
1845 — 306 
1856 — 332 
1859 — 52, 354 
1864— 180, 333 



I «()'.» ;i7 
1872 — 38 
1874 — 242, 334 
1878 — 383 
1879— 196, 252 



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1880 — 39 
1882 — 53, 54, 348 
1884— 197, 348 
1886— 151 
1887 — 42, 55 

1890 — 350 

1891 —206 

1893 — 269 

1894 — 56, 57, 58, 351 

1895 — 59, 352 
1896— 130, 353 

1897 — 43, 70, 131, 168 

1898 — 44, 132, 169 

1899 — 345 

1900 — 63 

1901 —64, 77, 93, 223 
1902— 152 

1903 — 126, 153 

1904— 13, 65, 123, 162 

1905— 14, 66, 154, 163 

1906— 101 

1907— 15, 155 

1908— 16, 106 

1909— 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 156, 245 

1910 — 22, 23, 62, 102, 127, 157 

1911 — 24, 231 

1912 — 73, 103, 125, 158 

1913 — 6, 60 

1914 — 36, 104, 159, 248 

1915— 160, 347 

1916— 161 

1917 — 105, 121 

1918 — 25, 45, 78 

1919 — 26, 337, 379 

1920 — 298, 338, 339 

1921 —99, 149, 340, 365 

1922 — 46, 97 

1923 — 343, 366 

1924 — 95 

1926 — 47, 367 

1927 — 246 

1928— 133, 193, 236 

1929— 150 

1930— 116, 139, 224, 237, 331 

1931 — 128, 133, 225 

1932 — 74, 133 

1933 — 134, 143, 240, 325 

1934 — 29, 122, 133, 134. 140. 177, 364 

1935 — 48, 134 



1936 — 30, 135 
1937— 120, 135, 141 
1938 — 136, 142 
1939— 135, 296, 363 

1940 — 1. 40, 134, 266, 326, 355 

1941 —41, 212, 356 

1942 — 279, 385 

1943 — 2, 120, 136 

1944 — 386 

1945— 120 

1946— 111, 120, 137 
1947 — 31, 120 
1949 — 380 
1950— 100 

1951 — 183 

1952 — 107, 144, 187, 226 

1953 — 188, 283 
1965 — 87, 108. 270 

1956 — 83, 88, 170, 382 

1957 — 1 13, 1 14, 145, 249, 250, 284 

1958 — 84, 273, 285, 286 

1969 — 7, 75, 222, 287, 368, 377 

1960 — 288, 370 

1961 — 109, 185 

1962 — 213, 214, 268, 371 

1964 — 91, 110, 259, 311, 362 

1965 — 89, 146, 199, 261 

1966 — 49, 171. 253. 289 

1967 — 81, 96. 147, 186, 201, 310, 384, 387, 390 

1968 — 129, 219, 220, 238, 239, 254, 308 

1969 — 165, 172, 173, 229, 260, 290, 294. 313 

1970 — 4, 227, 304, 315, 346, 369 

1971 — 190, 194, 203, 324, 361, 374, 388 

1972 — 5, 92, 148, 191, 255, 280, 282, 319, 330, 335, 358 

1973 — 3, 117, 184, 192, 200, 303, 305, 309, 316, 369, 389 

1974 — 8, 118, 195. 198. 243, 271, 291, 341 

1975 — 35, 235, 272, 317, 320, 321, 376 

1976 — 34, 94, 167, 276, 278, 322, 328, 357, 391 

1977 — 32, 67, 68, 82, 1 12, 164. 202, 204, 228, 244, 247. 262. 
292. 307, 314, 342, 344, 372, 381, 392 

1978 — 80, 98, 124, 178, 233, 263, 336, 373 

1979 — 9, 10, 76, 115, 181, 205, 215, 234, 277, 327. 329. 393 

1980 — 1 1, 12. 33, 69, 216, 281, 293, 312, 378, 394, 395, 396 

1981 — 27, 61, 90, 189, 251, 264, 297, 299, 300, 323, 376 

1982 — 119, 174, 176, 207, 221, 265, 274, 301, 318 

1983 — 28, 85, 138, 166, 179, 182. 256, 257, 267. 302 

1984 — 50, 71, 79, 86, 175, 217. 268, 360 

1985 — 51, 208, 218, 232, 241 

1986 — 72. 209. 210. 276. 296 
(In Prep.l — 211 



III. COUNTIES 
(The number in parentheses following each county is a numerical acronym 
that corresponds with Figure 1). 



ADAMS (50) — 61, 111, 139, 190, 205 
ALEXANDER (100) — 61, 206, 266, 267 
BOND (70) — 61, 205 



BOONE (4) — (il. 206 

BROWN (49) — 61. 111. 206 

BL REAL (18) — 61, 90. 138, 206. 342. 364 



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CALHOLN (07) — 61, 205 

CARROLL(13) — 48. 61, 97, 139, 141. 142, 205. 319. 338, 384 

CASS (47) — 61. 205, 346 

CHAMPAIGN (42) — 61. 120, 139. 141. 142. 205, 208, 209, 
239, 275. 289. 290, 293. 319 

CHRISTIAN (55) — 61. 205, 319 

CLARK (60) — 31, 35. 61, 110, 112, 124. 171. 173. 189. 190. 
192. 202. 204. 205. 207. 208. 211. 235. 250. 271. 275. 278. 
290. 291. 307. 308. 315. 319. 331. 356. 358. 371. 374. 375 

CLAY (77) — 61, 205 

CLINTON (79) — 61, 205 

COLES (61) — 31. 51. 61. 83. 124. 143, 184, 189, 202, 204. 
205, 232, 271, 278, 291. 307, 308, 319. 378, 387 

COOK (7) — 2. 10, 11. 16. 17. 18, 19. 20. 21. 36. 43, 61, 62, 
66, 73, 77, 99, 1 16, 120. 121. 123. 132, 133. 135. 139, 141, 
149, 151, 155, 156. 157, 162, 163, 171. 173, 177, 190, 195, 
205, 208, 210, 216, 236, 237, 246, 248. 259. 269. 275, 298, 
312, 315, 316, 317. 319, 323, 324, 338, 339, 340, 347. 359. 
363. 370. 385 

CRAWFORD (74) — 61, 143,205 

CUMBERLAND (62) — 61. 205, 271, 311 

DE KALB (10) — 61. 141. 170, 205. 385 

DE WITT (44) — 61. 205 

DOUGLAS (58) — 61, 205 

DU PAGE (8) — 28, 61, 83. 120. 139, 141. 153. 205, 293 

EDGAR (59) — 61. 205 

EDWARDS (87) — 61, 205 

EFFINGHAM (72) — 61, 205. 319 

FAYETTE (71) — 61, 205, 391. 394 

FORD (26) — 61, 205 

FRANKLIN (91) — 61. 205. 253, 256, 257 

FULTON (37) — 39, 42, 55. 61, 83, 134. 139. 141, 171. 175. 

181. 188. 196, 197. 205, 208. 275, 290. 293. 315. 319, 334, 

336, 370, 383 
GALL.ATIN (95) — 61, 82, 165, 205, 210, 238, 241, 256, 257, 

258, 263, 308, 319. 394, 395 
GREENE (66) — 61. 205 

GRUNDY (22) — 61. 94, 138, 205. 251. 315. 388 
HAMILTON (90) — 61, 205. 257 
HANCOCK (35) — 61. 90. 118, 139, 176, 187. 190,205 

319 

61, 120. 140. 142. 165. 205. 238, 256, 



234. 

257, 

61, 115, 127, 139, 141, 188, 205, 242, 



HARDIN (96) 

308, 319 
HENDERSON (34) 

319 
HENRY (17) — 61. 139. 205. 319, 364 
I ROQUOIS (25) — 6 1 , 205 
JACKSON (92) — 61. 80. 109. 112. 144, 145, 146. 147. 173. 

178. 179. 205. 208. 217. 253, 264. 256. 257, 262, 263. 276. 

277, 287. 289. 290. 291. 293. 308. 315. 319, 328, 330, 370, 

391, 392. 393. 394 
JASPER (73) — 61, 205 
JEFFERSON (85) — 61, 112, 205. 362 
JERSEY (68) — 61. 142,205 
JO DAVIESS (1) — 46, 46. 47. 48. 61. 141. 142. 205. 208. 210. 

245. 296 
JOHNSON (98) — 4. 61. 67. 90. 139. 140. 141. 142. 206. 210. 

227, 228. 253, 256. 257, 268. 308. 316. 319, 359. 383. 389. 

394. 396. 396 
KANE (9) — 6 1 . 96. 1 39. 206, 3 1 1 . 383 
KANKAKEE (24) — 61, 139, 141, 205. 316, 319 



KKNUAl.L (21) — 61. 206. 315 
KNOX (32) — 61. 71. 141. 206. 319 

LAKE (6)— 10. 29. 30.61.61.98.99. 112. 125. 139. 141. 142. 
167, 158. 159. 177. 190. 193. 205. 208. 233. 236. 259. 260. 

261. 269. 303. 315. 319. 322. 364. 365. 366. 367. 386. 389 
LA SALLE (20) — 27, 55. 57. 61. 77. 78. 93. 96. 120. 121. 138. 

139, 141. 142. 152. 162. 169, 185. 190. 206, 206, 266, 270. 
287, 293, 299, 300. 315, 319, 342. 343. 367. 359, 389. 390. 
394. 396 

L.WRENCE (75) — 61. 205 

LEE (12) — 61. 205. 342. 383 

LIVINGSTON (27) — 61. 205 

LOGAN (45) — 61, 205 

M.'KCON (56) — 61, 122, 141, 205, 319 

MACOUPIN (65) — 61, 205. 267. 275. 296 

MADISON (69) — 61. 205. 231 

MARION (78) — 61. 139. 141, 142. 205. 319. 370. 383 

MARSHALL (28) — 61. 205 

MASSAC (102) — 61, 205. 256, 267. 315 

MASON (38) — 61. 139. 205. 364. 383 

McDONOUGH (36) — 61. 68. 205. 226, 229, 235, 304, 305. 
319 

McHENRY (6) — 68, 61, 139, 205, 208. 210. 216. 259, 274. 275, 
315. 319, 354, 364, 383 

McLEAN (40) — 61. 139. 142. 205. 273, 319 

MENARD (46) — 42, 61, 89, 130, 131. 133, 135, 136, 139. 141. 
171. 188, 190, 197, 205, 208. 275, 316. 317, 319. 333. 334, 
336, 359, 383. 389 

MERCER (16) — 61, 186, 205 

MONROE (81) — 61. 206 

MONTGOMERY (64) — 61, 205, 290. 344 

MORGAN (53) — 61. 205 

MOULTRIE (57) — 61. 205. 355 

OGLE (11) — 48, 61. 92. 139, 141, 142. 145. 160, 201, 206, 
213. 214. 224. 226. 319. 326. 361. 383 

PEORIA (31) — 52. 53. 54. 55. 61, 120, 139, 141, 142. 172, 
205. 319. 370. 383 

PERRY (84) — 61. 206. 257, 362 

PIATT (43) — 61, 205 

PIKE (51) — 61. 205 

POPE (97) — 34,61,80. 109. 112. 140. 142. 144. 146. 164. 166, 
171, 173, 205. 208. 219, 221, 222, 238, 253. 264. 266, 257. 
294. 308, 309, 310. 316, 319, 330, 370. 389. 394. 396 

PULASKI (101) — 61. 139. 205. 256. 257. 276. 370. 383 

PUTNAM (19) — 61, 138. 190.205 

RANDOLPH (82) — 61. 139, 146, 164.205.263.254.256.257. 
293. 308. 316. 368. 369 

RICHLAND (76) — 61. 206. 319 

ROCK ISLAND (15) — 61. 139. 141. 205. 319. 359, 364 

ST. CLAIR (80) — 61. 141. 205, 319 

SALINE (94) — 61, 79. 140. 142. 205.210. 254. 256,257.258, 

262. 308. 319. 394. 395 



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SANGAMON (54) — 61, 139, 205, 319 

SCHUYLER (48) — 61, 139,205 

SCOTT (52) — 61, 205 

SHELBY (63) — 61, 205, 319, 320, 321 

STARK (30) — 61, 139, 141, 205, 274, 275, 319, 342 

STEPHENSON (2) — 6 1 , 1 49, 205 

TAZEWELL (39) — 61, 139, 141, 142, 171, 190, 205, 215, 217, 
218, 319, 385 

UNION (99) — 61, 80, 139, 140, 141, 142, 144, 165, 173, 205, 
220, 238, 253, 254, 256, 257, 293, 308, 319, 372, 383, 385, 
391, 392, 393 

VERMILION (41) — 61, 128, 142, 173, 205 

WABASH (88) — 61, 115, 130, 131, 133, 139, 141, 168, 205, 
293, 319, 370 

WARREN (33) — 61, 205 

WASHINGTON (83) — 61,205 

WAYNE (86) — 61, 205 

WHITE (89) — 61, 142, 197, 205, 210, 230, 257, 332, 362, 370 

WHITESIDE (14) — 61, 190, 205, 364 

WILL (23) — 51, 61, 74, 133, 135, 139, 141, 154, 155, 156, 
160, 161, 205, 248, 250, 312, 315, 319, 337, 338, 370 

WILLIAMSON (93) — 61, 69, 140, 205, 253, 256, 257, 262, 
263, 276, 277, 315, 319, 391, 392, 393 

WINNEBAGO (3) — 43, 56, 61, 113, 114, 127, 139, 205, 269, 
359 

WOODFORD (29) — 7, 61, 139, 205 



IV. REGIONS (R1-R5) 

REGION I (R-1) — 198, 281, 282, 284, 285, 286, 292, 301, 313 
REGION 2 (R-2) — 9, 10, 27, 40, 41, 50, 70, 95, 98, 123, 134, 

166, 167, 173, 198, 282, 285, 286, 292, 302, 359, 386 
REGION 3 (R-3) — 21, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55, 65, 84, 107, 108, 129, 

167, 171, 173, 180, 182, 216, 281, 282, 285, 292, 301, 302, 313, 
327, 359, 363 

REGION 4 (R-4) — 32, 33, 255, 272, 282, 296, 302, 313, 327, 

376 

REGION 5 (R-5) — 2, 107, 120, 126, 167, 203. 243, 244, 247, 

255, 264, 265, 281, 293, 296, 309, 313, 314, 341, 359, 362, 380, 

382, 383, 391, 392 



189, 199, 201, 202, 203, 
223, 224, 225, 229, 231, 
251, 264, 265, 266, 269, 
287, 288, 289, 290, 291, 
309, 318, 319, 321, 328, 
346, 348, 349, 350, 351, 
372, 374, 375, 380, 381, 



207, 208,209, 
234, 235,236, 
272,276, 277, 
292, 293, 294, 
329, 330, 331, 
352, 353, 354, 
383, 388, 391 



211,213,214, 220, 222, 
237, 238, 241, 245, 248, 
278, 283, 284, 285, 286, 
295, 298, 304, 307, 308, 

, 340, 341, 342, 343, 344, 
356, 357, 367.368, 369. 

, 392, 393, 394. 395, 396 



Vil. MUSCI (mosses, excluding sphagna) 

2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 26, 
28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 48, 49, 50, 
51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 69, 
70, 72, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 81, 83, 84, 85, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 95. 
96, 100, 106, 109, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 121, 
122, 125, 127, 128, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 
139, 140, 143, 144, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 
159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 169, 170, 171, 172, 
173, 174, 175, 176, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 
188, 190, 191. 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 204, 
205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 21 1, 212, 215, 216, 217. 218, 219, 
222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 229, 230, 231, 232, 234, 235, 238, 239, 
240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 246, 247, 248, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 
255, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 266. 267, 268, 269, 270, 271, 
272, 273, 274, 275. 279, 280, 281, 282, 294, 296, 297, 299, 300, 
301, 302, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312, 313, 314, 
316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 328. 
329, 331, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 338, 339, 340, 342, 343, 
344, 345, 346, 347, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 359, 360, 361, 362, 
363, 364, 366, 367, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 375, 376, 377, 378, 
379, 380, 382, 383, 384, 385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 390, 391, 392, 
393 



VIM. SPHAGNUM 

6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 20. 29, 30, 31, 32, 33. 61. 62, 68, 72, 
76, 77, 86,90, 95, 96, 98, 99, 109, 110, 112, 113, 138, 140, 144. 
157, 158, 159, 164, 169, 174, 177, 179, 193, 205, 21 1, 221, 233, 
234, 235, 246, 251, 255, 256, 257, 259, 260, 261, 266, 272, 294, 
303, 310, 315, 318, 329, 331, 338, 339, 356, 361, 362, 364, 365. 
366, 367, 368, 369, 373, 374, 375, 388 



IX. ANATOMY/DEVELOPMENTAL 
MORPHOLOGY 

10, 40, 41, 45, 46, 47, 53, 67, 69, 92, 97, 124, 147, 149, 153, 
162, 167, 202, 204, 227, 228, 237, 262, 263, 264, 265, 276, 277, 
322, 323, 324, 387, 394, 395 



X. ANIMAL/BRYOPHYTE ASSOCIATION 

35, 98, 243, 244, 259, 260, 270, 295 



V. ANTHOCEROTAE (hornworts) 

27, 31, 32, 33, 53, 54, 55, 67, 78, 79, 80. 118. 119. 120, 121, 
141, 142, 144, 165, 181, 189, 21 1, 227, 228, 234, 238, 249, 251, 
253, 262, 263, 266, 267, 304, 307, 308, 319, 321, 329. 331, 341, 
346, 349, 356, 357, 383, 388, 396 



VI. HEPATICAE (liverworts) 

1, 27, 28, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 45, 46, 47, 51, 53. 54, 
55, 61, 71, 73, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 82, 92, 93, 94, 95, 97, 101, 
102, 103, 104, 105, 106. 107, 108, 110, 112, 1 14, 118, 119, 120, 
121, 122, 123. 124, 125, 126, 129. 138, 141, 142, 144, 145, 146, 
147, 148, 149. 150, 153, 154, 161. 165, 168, 169, 179, 181. 187, 



XI. CULTURING 
40, 45, 46, 69, 82, 93. 146. UT, 199. 202, 206, 209. 210, 211 



XII. CYTOLOGY 

36, 90, 93, 1 19, 232, 249. 391, 394 



Xill. ECOLOGY 

t, 10, 29, 30, 9(). 1 13, 224, 225, 246, 303, 305, 325. 328, 337. 
338, 339, 343, 344, 347, 367, 372, 373, 374, 375, 378, 380, 382. 
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94, 178, 179, 182. 203, 206, 215, 216, 217. 218, 273 7, 39. 41, 73, 123, 201, 212. 218. 258 



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XV. PHYSIOLOGY 

124, 201. 212, 213, 214, 239, 322, 323, 324, 325, 376 



XVII. REVEGETATION/SUCCES5ION 

68, 71, 96, 113, 125, 127, 138, 209, 251. 261, 295, 308, 311, 
328, 372, 380, 382 



CHECKLIST OF THE BRYOPHYTES REPORTED IN THE LITERATURE FROM ILLINOIS 

Nomenclature follows Stotler and Crandall-Stotler (1977) for the hornworts and liverworts, and Cruin and 
Anderson (1981) and Crum (1983) for the mosses, except Ctenidium which follows Nishimura (1985) and 
Didymodon which follows Zander (1976), although some taxa are treated sensu lato (s.l.) 
* = fossil reports only 

[THIS LIST WAS GLEANED FROM THE LirERAILRE AND WHILE I HAVE STUDIED SOME OF THE SPECIMENS 1 WILL 
NOT VOUCH FOR EHE ACCURACY OF ALL REPOR IS) 



Anthocerotae (hornworts) (3) 

Aiilhoceroi — 78, 249. 331. 357 

Anthoceros punclatui L. — 31, 32, 33, 79, 120. 141, 142. 165. 211, 

238. 262. 263, 349, 383 
Xotolhlai orbicularis (Schwein.) SuU. — 31, 32, 33, 53, 55, 119, 

120, 141, 144, 189, 211, 249, 253, 262, 263, 308, 341, 349, 

383, 396 
Phaeoceros laeiis (L.) Prosk. subsp. carolmianus (Michx.) Prosk. — 
27, 31, 32, 33, 53, 54, 55, 67, 79, 80, 118, 120, 121, 141, 

142, 144, 165, 181, 189, 211, 227, 228, 234, 238, 251, 262. 

263, 266. 267. 304, 307, 308, 319, 321, 346, 349, 356, 383, 

388, 396 

Hepaticae (liverworts) (118) 

Anaslruphyllum muhauxti (Web.) Bruch « Sull. — 28 

Aneura pinguu (L.) Dum. — 31, 33, 55, 73, 120, 121, 141, 165. 

189, 238. 248, 264, 265, 266, 308, 341, 349, 383 
Asterella saccala (Wahlenb.) Evans — 118, 284, 292 
Asleretla lenella (L.) P-Beauv. — 31, 53, 54, 55, 79, 80, 120, 141, 

169, 189, 211, 241, 308, 319, 321, 341, 349, 352, 383, 396 
Alhalamin hyatma (Sommert.) Hatt. — 284, 292 
Bazzania denudata (Torr. c.v Gott. et al.) Trev. — 341 
Bazianitt Iricrenala (Wahlenb.) Lindb. — 34, 79, 144, 241, 308, 

341, 372 
Bazzania Iritobala (L.) S. Gray — 3 1 , 32, 33, 76, 80, 144. 189, 

201. 211, 222, 278, 290. 308. 319, 321, 328, 341, 372 
Stasia pusilta L. — 31, 32, 33, 79, 121, 124, 141, 189, 211, 266. 

298. 307. 308. 331. 341. 356, 357 
BlepharoUoma Inchophllum (L.) Dum. — 31, 32, 33, 55, 76. 120. 

141. 189, 202, 211. 278, 289. 307, 349, 383 
Calypogeja — 28, 33 
Calypogeja fiisa (L.) Raddi subsp. neogara Schust. — 80, 82, 202, 

'211, 308, 341 
Calypogeja muellerinnn (SchiHii.) K Miill. subsp. muelleriann — 28, 
'31, 32, 33, 79, 80, 118, 120, 141, 142, 144, 189, 202. 211, 

222, 234, 241, 278, 290. 307, 308, 319, 321. 328, 341, 349. 

356. 372, 383, 396 
Calypogeja uillwanlu Ausi, — 80, 308, 341 
Cephalozia bicuspidata (L.) Dum. *./. — 53, 55. 76, 120, 122, 138, 

141, 142, 144, 181, 209, 291, 308, 341. 349. 383 
Cephalozia calenulala (HUb.) Lindb. — 79. 80. 211. 308, 341 
Cephalozia /■oiinnem (Dicks.) Lindb. i,/. — 31, 80, 120, 141, 142. 

189. 211. 251, 291, 308, 330, 341, 349. 383. 388 
Cephalozia liiiiulifntia (Dum.) Dum. — 31. 32, 33, 61, 76, 80, I 18, 

189, 211, 241, 291. 307, 308. 319, 321, 328, 330, 341, 374. 

375 



Cephalozia pleniceps (Aust.) Lindb. (./. — 80. 118, 234, 308, 341 

Cephaloziella — 34, 241 

Cephaloziella divaricala (Sm.) Schiffn. — 53, 54, 55. 76. 79, 80, 

120, 293, 349, 372, 374. 383, 396 
Cephaloziella elachula (Jack) Schiffn. — 293, 368, 369 
Cephaloziella hampeana (Nees) Schiffn. — 33, 80, 251, 307, 308, 

341, 388, 396 
Cephaloziella rubella (Nees) Warnst. s.l. — 38, 120, 141, 142, 21 1, 

293, 341, 349, 350, 353, 383 
Chilosnphus pallescens (Ehrh. e\ Hoffm.) Dum. — 120, 141, 165. 

211, 238, 293, 308, 341, 349, 383 
Chiloscyphus polyanthus (L.) Corda — 141, 181, 266 
Cololejeunea biddlecomme (Aust.) Evans — 33. 79, 80, 189, 211, 

234, 308, 328, 341, 372, 396 
Conocephalum conicum (L.) Lindb. — 27, 31, 32, 33, 35, 53, 54, 

55, 61, 78, 79. 80, 95, 110, 112, 118, 120. 141, 142, 144, 

150, 165, 181, 189, 209, 211. 220. 224, 225, 234, 238. 241. 

245, 266, 307, 308, 319, 321, 331, 341, 342, 343. 349. 362. 

356. 357. 374. 383. 396 
Dipluph\llum apiculatum (Evans) Steph. — 33. 61. 79. 80. 118, 

189. 202. 211, 241, 307, 308, 328, 341. 372. 396 
Dumorliera hirsuta (Sw.) Nees — 208 
Fossomhronia — 241, 264 
Fns.nmhrnnin nislula Aust. — 283, 292 
Fossnmbroma joveolnta Lindb. — 79, 21 1, 251. 308. 341, 388, 396 

Frullama bolanderi Aust. — 189 

Frullama brillomne Evans — 1, 106, 120. 211, 308. 341 

Frullama eboracensis Gott. — 28. 31. 33. 51. 63. 54. 56. 61. 79. 

80. 118. 120. 122, 141, 142, 146, 181, 189. 202. 209. 211. 

229, 234, 266. 272, 278. 307, 308, 321, 341. 342. 344, 349, 

356, 383, 396 
Frullama eriroides (Nees) Gott. — 3 1 , 80, 1 20, 141 , 1 44. 1 89. 211. 

241. 308. 341. 349, 383, 396 
Frullama mjlala Gott. — 3 1, 61 , 79. 80, 1 18. 189. 202. 209. 211. 

241, 304, 308, 319, 321, 341, 346, 372, 396 
Frullama kunzei Lehm. et Lindenb. — I 18, 341 
Frullama riparia Hampe rx U-hm. — 31, 53, 54. 55, 79, 120, 141, 

189, 202, 211, 238, 278, 308. 341. 349. 383 
Frullama tamamn (L.) Dum. subsp. oiagraiana (Mont.) Hatt. — 

31. 32, 33. 79, 80, 120, 141, 142. 144. 148, 189. 202. 211. 

241, 278, 307. 308. 319. 321. 328. 349, 383 
Gwrn/v.v prairo/<Hi (Schrad.) Nees — 33. 61. 120. 141. 142. 189. 

211. 293. 341 
Ihirpanlhus .ri//fl/i<i (Web. el Mohr) Spruce — 31. S3. 61. 120. 

141. 189. 211, 229, 278, 293. 304. 307, 346. 349 
Jamewmetla aulumnaln (DC.) Steph. — 32. 33, 55, 61. 79, 80, 



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120, 124, 142, 146, 189, 202, 209, 211, 278, 290, 307, 308, 

319, 321, 328, 341, 349, 383, 396 
Juhula l)enns\lvanim (Steph.) Evans — 33, 79, 80, 241, 308, 328, 

341, 372, 396 
Jungermannw — 241 

Jungermannia caeipUicia Lindenb. — 120, 142 
Jungermannw crenuliformis Aust. — 31, 33, 61, 79, 80, 189, 202, 

211, 266, 328, 341, 356, 372, 396 
Jungermannia fossomhronioides Aust. — 1, 31, 79, 80, 120, 211, 

266, 290, 396 
Jungermannia gracillima Sm. — 31, 79, 138, 189, 202, 211, 290, 

308 
Jungermannia hyalina Lyell — 31, 120, 141, 142, 189, 211. 266, 

278, 290, 308, 341, 349, 356, 383, 396 
Jungermannia leiantha Grolle — 31, 33, 120, 122, 202, 211, 290, 

341 
Jungermannia pumila With. — 189, 211, 290 
Kurzia sytvatka (Evans) Grolle — 80 
Lejeunea — 241 
Lejeunea cavifolia (Ehrh.) Lindb. — 31, 33. 122, 189, 211, 308, 

341 
Lejeunea lamacerina (Steph.) SchifFn. subsp. gemmmala Schust. — 

308, 328, 341, 396 
Lejeunea laetivirens Nees et Mont. — 80 

Lepidozia reptans (L.) Dum. — 31, 32, 33, 189, 202, 21 1, 278 
Leucotejeunea chpeala (Schwein.) Evans — 33, 79, 80. 146, 222, 

241, 308, 341, 372, 396 
Leucotejeunea unciloba (Lindenb.) Evans — 80, 328, 372 
Lophocolea — 372 
Lophocolea bidenlata (L.) Dum. — 53, 55, 79, 80, 118, 120, 141, 

165, 211, 238, 293, 308, 341, 349, 383 
Lophocolea cuspidala (Nees) Limpr. var. alala K. Mull. — 80. 120, 

142, 209, 234, 293, 308, 341, 396 
Lophocolea heterophlla (Schrad.) Dum. — 28, 31, 32, 33, 35, 37, 

51, 53, 55, 79', 80, 101, 118, 120, 122, 124, 141, 142, 144, 

146, 147, 165, 181, 189, 202, 209, 211, 234, 235, 238, 241, 

251, 266, 269, 272, 277, 278, 293, 304, 307, 308, 319, 321, 

328, 341, 342, 344, 349, 350, 356, 374, 383, 388, 391, 392, 

393, 396 
Lophocolea minor Nees — 31, 33, 34, 51, 76, 79, 80, 120, 141, 

142, 202, 209, 211, 266, 293, 307, 328, 349, 383, 396 
Lophozia bicrenata (Schmid. ex Hoffm.) Dum. — 33, 79, 189, 21 1 
Lophozia incisa (Schrad.) Dum. — 31. 33, 189, 21 1, 278, 290, 307 
Lunularia cruciala (L.) Dum. — 114, 141, 209, 245 
Mannia fragrans (Balbis) Frye et Clark — 31, 33, 53, 54. 55, 80, 

107, 108, 120, 161, 165, 189, 211, 234, 238, 285, 292, 308, 

341, 349, 352. 383 
Mannia sibirica (K. Mull.) Frye et Clark — 284, 292 
Mannia tnandra (Scop.) Grolle — 33, 76, 104, 120, 141, 285, 

286, 292 
Marchanlia pohmorpha L. — 28, 31, 32. 33. 53, 54. 55. 78, 92, 

95, 114, 118, 120, 121, 122. 125, 126, 141. 142. 144. 169. 

189. 201. 209, 211, 213, 214, 231. 234. 245. 266, 269. 307, 

331, 340, 341, 343, 346, 349, 352, 356, 357, 367, 383 
Marsupella emarginata (Ehrh.) Dum. — 80 
Marsupella sphacelcila (Gieseke) Dum. — 79. 308. 341 
Melzgena conjugala Lindb. — 79. 80. 144. 241. 264. 265, 308. 

328. 330, 341, 396 
Melzgena furcala (L.) Dum. — 32, 33, 79, 80, 264, 265, 308, 330, 

341, 372 
Mylia tayloni (Hook.) S. Gray — 55, 120. 141. 208. 287, 349, 383 
Nardia lescuni (Aust.) Underw. — 61, 207, 21 1, 276 
.\owellm cunnfolia (Dicks.) Mitt. — 31, 32. 33, 53, 54, 55, 79, 80. 

109. 120, 129, 141, 144, 189. 211. 241, 276, 278, 291, 308, 

330. 341, 349, 372, 383, 391, 392, 393 
Odontoschisma denudatum (Sw.) Trev. — 33, 120, 189. 211, 223. 

350 
Odontoschisma prostralum (Sw.) Trev. — 34. 76. 79. 80. 144. 234. 

241, 291, 307, 308, 328, 341. 396 



Pallavicinm lyellii (Hook.) Carruth. — 80. 141. 144. 165. 211. 

238, 264', 265, 294, 308, 341, 396 
Pedinophyllum interruptum (Nees) Kaal. — 120, 141. 287. 318 
Pellia — 78, 329, 331, 355, 357 
Pellia epiphylla (L.) Corda — 31, 32. 33. 61. 79, 80, 93, 119, 121, 

141, 189, 211, 222, 241. 264, 265, 278, 307, 308, 319, 321, 

328, 341, 372, 374, 396 
Pellia nee^iana (Gott.) Limpr — 341 
Plagtochila ludoviciana Sull. — 120, 141 
Plagiochila porelloidei (Torr ex Nees) Lindenb. — 31, 32, 33. 79. 

144, 179, 189, 202, 211, 222, 241, 278, 287, 293, 307. 308. 

319. 321, 328, 341. 356. 372. 374, 375, 396 
Plagiochila sharpu Blomq. — 328 

Plagiochila undata Sull. — 76. 120. 142. 288. 293, 308 
Plagiochila virginica Evans — 341 

Pleuroclada albescens (Hook.) Spn — 120, 141, 291, 349, 383 
Porella pinnata L. — 79. 80. 120, 141, 142, 165. 168,211,238, 

241, 293, 308. 374. 375. 396 
Porella plal\phylla (L.) PfeifF. — 33. 53, 55, 120, 141, 142, 144, 

153, 202, 209, 211, 234, 238, 266, 293, 308, 321. 341. 342, 

354 
Porella ptat\ph\tloidea (Schwein.) Lindb. — 28. 31. 32. 33, 51. 79. 

118, 189, 202, 209, 21 1, 241, 278, 307, 319, 356, 374, 375, 

396 
Preiisia quadrata (Scop.) Nees — 31, 32, 33, 141, 142, 189, 211. 

266 
Ptilidium ciliare (L.) Hampe — 53, 54, 55, 120, 141, 289. 349. 

383 
Ptilidium pulcherrimum (G. Web.) Hampe — 31, 33. 120. 142, 189. 

209, 211, 289 
Radula comptanata (L.) Dum. — 31, 33, 54, 55, 120. 141, 142. 

189. 211. 238. 278. 349, 372, 383 
Radula mollis Lindenb. et Gott. — 341 
Radula obconica Sull. — 79, 80, 118. 144. 146. 241. 293. 308. 

328. 341. 372. 396 
Reboulia hemnphaerica (L.) Raddi — 31, 32, 33, 45, 46, 55, 61. 

78. 80. 97. 107. 108. 118, 120, 121, 142, 149, 150, 154, 161. 

181. 189. 211. 223. 234. 236, 237, 266, 285, 292, 304, 307. 

308, 319. 321. 331. 341, 346, 349, 352, 356, 357, 380, 383, 

396 
Riccardia latijrons Lindb. — 120, 141, 383 
Riccardia multijida (L.) S. Gray — 33, 55, 120, 141. 264. 265. 

349. 383 

Riccardia palmala (Hedw.) Carruth. — 141 

Riccia — 77, 95 

Riccia auslini Steph. — 241, 396 

Riccia beyrichiana Hampe ex Lehm. — 55, 103, 120, 141, 156. 

241, 349, 350, 351, 383, 396 
Rtccia bifurca Hoffm. — 141 

Riccia cavernosa Hoffm. — 120, 141, 342, 349, 350, 351 
Riccia diclyospora M.A. Howe — 79, 241, 396 
Riccia Jiuitans L. — 28, 31, 32, 33, 53, 54, 55, 118, 120. 122. 

125. 141. 189. 199. 211, 234. 238. 251. 308. 341. 349. 381. 

383. 388, 396 
Riccia froslii Aust. — 32, 33, 55, 76, 105. 118. 120, 141. 189. 

211. 349, 350. 351, 383 
Riccia glauca L. — 118, 141, 234 
Riccia hirla (Aust.) Underw. — 79, 21 1. 241. 396 
Riccia memhranacea Gott. el Lindenb. — 396 
Riccia nigrella DC. — 351 
Riccia sorocarpa Bisch. — 102, 120, 141, 142, 209, 283. 292, 349, 

350, 383 

Riccia sullivantii Aust. — 120, 142, 181, 283, 292. 342 

Ricciocarpos natans (L.) Corda — 28. 31. 32. 33. 36. 53. 54. 55. 
71. 77, 95, 118, 120, 121, 123, 141. 142. 181. 187. 189, 209, 
211, 223, 234. 251. 308. 341. 342. 349. 351, 381, 383, 388 

Scapania — 78, 309, 357 

Scapania curia (Mart.) Dum. — 202. 211 

Sca/ianin nemnrosa (1..) Dum. — 31, 32. 33. 34. 35, 61, 79, 80, 
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222, 234. 241, 266, 278, 291, 307, 308, 319, 321, 328. 341, 

349, 356. 372, 374, 383, 394. 395. 396 
Scapama undulala (L.) Dum. — 79. 80. 120. 141. 142. 235. 266. 

291. 308. 328. 341, 372. 394. 395 
Sphaerocarpus lexanus Aust. — 33. 1 18. 21 1. 234. 341 
Tnchocolea lomenlella (Ehrh.) Dum. — 31. 32. 33. 53. 54. 55. 61. 

79. 80, 141, 144, 145, 189. 202, 211, 278, 289. 307. 308. 

341. 391. 392. 393 

Musci (mosses) (391) 

Acaulon mulicum (Hedw.) CM. var. rufescem (Jaeg.) Crum — 135. 

139. 205. 209. 211. 252. 254. 255. 256. 257. 383 
Acaulon schimpenanum (Sull.) Sull. ex Sull. & Lesq. — 65. 89. 90. 

139. 180. 194. 197. 205. 252. 333. 383 

Acaulon Inquelrum (Spruce) CM. — 139. 188. 205. 383 

Aloma bmnroslris (Hook. & Grev.) Kindb. — 90 
Alotna ngtda (Hedw.) Limpr. — 90, 135, 139, 205, 383 (not from 
Illinois, Crum & Anderson 1981) 

Amblyilegium — 338 

Amblystegium fluviatile (Hedw.) BSG — 31 , 51, 90, 1 18, 1 39. 205. 

211. 234. 256. 366 
Amblystegium humiU (P.-Beauv.) Crundw. i.l. — 31. 32. 33. 36. 118, 

140. 170. 174. 181. 186. 194. 205. 209. 224. 225. 226, 234, 
251, 256, 261, 294, 304, 319, 321, 342, 344, 346, 384, 387 

Ambhitepum nolerophdum (Sull. 8c Lesq. ex Sull.) Holz. — 21, 70, 

90, 139, 156, 194, 206 
Amblystegium npanum (Hedw.) BSG — 28. 31. 32. 33. 35. 51. 53. 

54, 55. 75. 122. 139. 143. 144. 156. 166. 170. 181. 193, 206, 

209. 211. 229, 234. 242. 251. 256. 319. 321. 328. 339. 342. 

344. 346. 366, 362, 383, 384, 387, 388 
Amblystegium serpens (Hedw) BSG — 31, 32, 33, 36. 61. 62. 53. 

54. 65. 116. 118. 122. 139. 140. 143, 170, 181, 205, 209. 

211, 224, 225, 231, 234, 242, 251, 269, 271, 304, 339, 342. 

344. 366. 383, 384 
v3r.juratzkanum{Schimp.)RauScHerv. — 24,31.48, 118. 139. 

140, 205, 234, 255, 256. 257. 271, 319. 321. 346. 362 
var. serpens — 48. 266. 319. 321. 362 
Amblyslegium tenax (Hedw.) C Jens. s.l. — 28. 31. 48, 51. 52, 53. 

54. 55.61. 118. 128. 139. 140. 144. 156. 166. 181,205.209. 

211. 231. 234. 238, 256. 304, 319, 321, 339, 342, 346. 362. 

383, 384 
AmblysUgium varium (Hedw.) LimpT. — 28.31.32.33.48.61, 1 18. 

122. 128, 139, 140, 143, 144, 166, 165, 170, 181, 205, 209. 

211. 224. 225. 226. 229, 231, 234, 238, 251, 266, 269, 304, 

319, 321, 323, 328, 339, 342, 344, 346, 356, 362, 384, 387, 

388 
Anacamplodon splachnoides (Froel. ex Brid.) Brid. — 3, 66, 84, 106, 

133. 181, 183, 188, 211, 265, 256, 257, 297, 362, 383 
Anomodon — 155 
Anomodon allenualus (Hedw.) Hub. — 20, 28, 31, 32, 33, 48, 51, 

53, 54, 55. 61. 1 18. 139. 140. 143. 165, 179. 181. 184. 206. 
209. 211. 224. 225. 234. 238, 241, 256, 266, 269, 271. 272. 
304. 307. 319. 321. 328, 339. 342, 344. 346. 354, 355. 356, 
362, 372, 383, 384 

Anomodon minor (Hedw.) Furnr — 31, 32, 33, 48, 51. 53. 64. 56. 
61. 118. 128. 139. 140. 181. 184. 205. 209. 211. 224. 225. 
234, 241, 242, 266, 269, 271, 304, 307, 319, 321, 342, 344, 
346, 364, 365, 356, 360, 362, 383, 384, 387 

Anomodon roslralus (Hedw.) Schimp. — 31, 32, 33, 48, 51, 52, 53. 

54. 55, 118, 122, 128, 139, 140, 143, 184, 206, 207, 209, 
211, 224, 225, 234, 241, 242, 266, 269, 271. 304. 319, 321, 
328. 338. 339. 342. 346. 354. 366. 366. 362. 383. 384 

Anomodon rugelii (CM.) Keissl. — 48, 72, 90, 140, 143. 206. 224. 

225, 256, 257 
Anomodon vUuulosus (Hedw.) Hook, ic Tayl. — 28, 139, 140, 206, 

256, 338, 339, 383 (most Illinois reports arc probably referable 

to either A. minor or A. rugelii) 
Aphanorrhegma ierralum (J. Hook. & Wils. ex Drumm.) Sull. — 31. 

32. 33. 61. 65. 139. 181. 206. 209. 211. 234. 319. 321. 342. 

344, 383 
Archtdium allermfnhum (Hedw.) Schimp. — 139, 206. 316. 317 



Arrhiiiiiiw donnellu Aust. — 90. 316. 317 

Archtdium ohioense Schimp. ex CM.— 139. 205. 316. 317. 318. 
383 

Aslomum muhlenbergtanum (Sw.) Grout — 51. 139. 181. 205. 209. 

211. 234. 304. 342. 346. 355, 383 
Alrichum — 313, 331 
Alrichum anguslalum (Brid.) BSG— 13, 25, 31, 32. 33. 34. 35, 

62. 63. 54. 61. 118, 122, 128, 139, 140, 143, 144, 153. 164, 

181, 186, 204, 206, 209, 211, 224, 225, 226, 229. 234. 235. 

238, 241, 243, 244, 251, 256, 266, 267, 269, 294, 304, 307, 

319, 321, 322, 328, 342, 344. 346. 364. 355. 356. 362. 372. 
374. 375. 378, 380, 382, 383, 384, 387, 388, 391, 392, 393 

Alrichum crispum (James) Sull. — 1 18, 224, 225, 282 
Alrichum lenetlum (Rohl.) BSG — 174. 205, 234 
Alrichum undulalum (Hedw.) P.-Beauv. — 28, 31, 32, 33, 48, 51. 
55. 61. 122. 128. 139. 143. 165. 169. 186. 209. 211. 224. 
225, 238, 241, 242, 261, 294, 304, 321, 338, 339, 346, 347. 
355, 366, 362, 383, 384, 387 
van allecrulalum Ren. & Card. — 172. 181. 205. 234. 342. 346 
var attenuatum BSG — 206. 314 
var oerstedmnum (CM.) Crum — 181. 206. 234. 342 
var undulalum — 181. 205, 256 

Aulncomniuin androgynum (Hedw.) Schwaegr — 90, 205, 259, 260, 

261 
Autacommum heterostichum (Hedw.) BSG — 31, 32, 33, 61. 53. 64, 

55. 61. 128. 139. 140. 143. 144. 181. 184. 204. 205. 209, 

211. 224. 225, 234, 241, 266, 282, 304, 319, 321, 325, 328. 

339, 346, 364, 355, 366, 362, 374, 376, 383, 387 
Aulacommum paluslre (Hedw.) Schwaegr — 29, 31, 35, 138, 139. 

140. 169. 181. 193. 205, 211, 234, 251, 256. 261. 271, 294, 

339, 346, 362, 388 
Barbula cancellata CM. — 1 18, 205, 234, 255, 266, 267 
Barbuln cnnvoluta Hedw. — 118, 179, 181, 205, 234 
Barbula unguiculala Hedw. — 18, 31, 32, 33, 48, 51, 62, 53, 54. 

55. 118. 138. 139. 143, 181. 206. 209, 21 1. 224, 225, 234. 

242, 261, 256, 269. 304, 321, 342, 344, 346, 364, 365, 362, 

383, 384, 387 
Barbula vmealis Brid. — 139, 206, 383 

Barlramia pomiformis Hedw. — 31, 32, 33, 48. 51, 52, 53. 54. 55. 

61. 118. 128. 134. 139, 140, 143, 169,204,205,209,211. 

224, 226, 234, 235, 241, 242, 266, 304, 305, 307. 319. 321. 

325, 338, 339, 344, 346, 354, 356, 362, 374, 376. 378. 383, 

387 
Brnch\lema iubutalum (P.-Beauv.) Schimp. ex Card. — 90, 133, 169, 

197. 210. 230, 332, 370 
Brachylhecium — 164. 179, 184. 260. 372 
Brarh\lhecium acuminatum (Hedw.) Aust. — 31. 33. 51. 52. 53. 54. 

65. 118. 139. 181. 209. 211. 234. 242, 261. 269, 271, 319, 

321, 338, 339, 342, 346, 355, 383 
var. acuminatum — 205, 256 

var r^rioph\llum (Kindb.) Redf. ex Crum — 122, 231, 339. 362 
BrarhMhecium albicans (Hedw.) BSG — 362 
BrachMhecium calcareum Kindb. — 118. 205. 256. 304. 362 
Brach'tlhecium campesire (CM.) BSG— 117. 205. 235. 238. 319. 

320. 321. 342 

Braehythecium rollmum (Schleich. ex CM.) BSG — 139. 205. 383 
Brnchylhecium digastrum CM. & Kindb. ex Macoun Sc Kindb. — 

28. 51. 205. 209. 211. 338. 339 (all reports are probably 

referable to B. oxscladnn) 
BrachMhecium oxyclndon (Brid.) Jaeg. & Saucrb. — 28. 31. 32. 33. 

48. 53, 54, 55, 61, 118, 122, 128, 139, 140. 148, 144, 179, 

181, 206, 209, 211. 224. 226. 234. 242. 251. 256. 266. 269. 

270. 271. 304. 319. 321. 339. 342. 346. 354. 355. 356. 362. 

374. 378. 380. 382. 383. 384 
BrachMhecium ptumosum (Hedw.) BSG — 31. 144. 205. 211. 256. 

339. 356. 362 
BrachMhecium reflexum (Starke ex Web. &■ Mohr) BSG — 205. 234, 

342 
BrachMhecium riiulare B.SG — 31, 33, 63, 54. 55. 139, 194. 205. 

211. 234. 266. 268. 294. 337. 338. 339. 346. 356. 362. 383 
BrachMhecium rulnhulum (Hedw.) BSG — SI. 55. 90. 139, 143, 

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Brnchthenum salebrosum (Web. & Mohr) BSG — 28, 31. 32, 33, 

35, 48, 51, 54, 55, 61, 118, 122, 128, 139, 140, 143, 169, 

181, 205, 209, 211, 224, 225, 226, 242, 251, 256, 266, 269, 

270, 271, 304, 307, 319, 321, 328, 339, 342, 344, 346, 354, 

356, 362, 374, 378, 383, 384, 387 
Brachythenum velutmum (Hedw.) BSG — 342 
Brothern teana (Sull.) CM. — 31, 55, 139, 205, 209, 254, 255, 

256, 296, 308, 383 
Brotherella recun'ans (Michx.) Fl. — 31, 174, 205, 211, 271, 319, 

321, 387 
Brotherella lenmroslns (Bruch & Schimp. ex Sull.) Fl. — 5, 139, 

205, 209, 211, 241, 253, 255, 256, 257, 372, 383 
Bruchia flexuosa (Sw. ex Schwaegr.) CM. — 3, 56, 58, 60, 90, 135, 

139, 144, 197, 205, 208, 209, 211, 251, 252, 255, 256, 257, 

267, 274, 275, 362, 383, 388 
Bnhma graminicolor (hr\A.) Groul — 31, 32, 33, 51, 55, 118, 132, 

133, 139, 205, 209, 211, 234, 238, 256, 270, 304, 319, 321, 

342, 346, 356, 362, 383 
Bryhnia novae-angliae (Sull. & Lesq. ex Sull.) Grout — 51, 139, 

181, 205, 252, 255, 256, 257, 294, 304, 339, 346, 362, 383 

Bryoandenonm illecehra (Hedw.) Robins. — 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 51, 

' 55, 61, 90. 118, 132, 133, 139, 140, 165, 181, 205, 211, 234, 

238, 241, 256, 266, 294, 307, 321, 328, 355, 356, 362, 380, 

382, 383 
Bryoerylhrophyllutn recun'irostrum (Hedw.) Chen — 31, 53, 55, 1 18, 

139, 140, 181, 205, 211, 234. 256. 342, 383 
Bryohaplocladtum microph\llum (Hedw.) Wat. &: Iwats. — 55, 139, 

143, 209, 211, 234, '251, 339, 342, 346. 362, 383 
Brtohaplodadium vngimnnum (Brid.) Broth. — 31, 48, 139, 205, 

' 209, 234, 241, 251, 256, 271, 304, 346, 362 
Bryum — 77, 179, 331 
Bnum algovicum Sendtn. ex CM. — 31, 55, 85, 90. 118, 134, 139. 

■ 205, 211, 234, 271, 346 

Bryum argenleum Hedw. — 28, 31, 32, 33, 51, 63, 54, 56, 118, 
122, 139, 181, 184, 204, 209, 211, 224, 225, 226, 234, 241, 
242. 251. 256, 266, 269, 319, 321, 339, 342, 344, 346, 354, 
355, 356, 362, 380, 382, 383, 384, 387 

Br\u7n bicolor Dicks. — 205. 209. 223 

Bnum caespiliaum Hedw.— 17. 31, 32, 33, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 
118, 122, 128, 143, 181, 205, 209, 211, 224, 225, 229, 234, 
242, 251, 266, 269, 304, 319, 321, 339. 342, 344, 346, 355, 
362, 374, 378, 383, 387, 388 

Bryuyn capillare Hedw. — 139, 205, 238, 256, 269, 339, 383 

Bryum crebernmum Tayl. — 43, 53, 55, 118, 139, 181, 205, 209, 

■ 211, 226, 242, 269, 304, 319, 321, 339, 342, 362, 383 
Bryum klmggraeffii Schimp. ex Klinggr — 208, 209 

Bnum muehlenbecku BSG — 208 

Bryum pseudolriquetrum (Hedw.) Gaertn., Meyer & Scherb. — 31, 
" 33, 51, 55, 139, 181, 205, 209, 211, 215, 217, 218, 224, 225, 

229, 234, 238, 241, 251, 256, 269, 271, 307, 319, 321, 338, 

339. 346, 362, 383, 388 
Bryum uligmosum (Brid.) BSG — 53, 54, 55, 85, 90, 117, 134, 

' 139, 183, 205, 209, 242, 383 
Buxbaumia aphylla Hedw. — 32, 33, 34, 90, 205, 256, 257, 362 
Calliclndium haldanianum (Grev.) Crum — 28, 31, 51, 63, 54, 55, 

138, 181, 186, 205, 209, 211, 224, 225, 234, 235, 265, 256, 

267, 269, 260. 261. 271, 322, 339, 342, 343, 383, 387 
Calliergon cordifolium (Hedw.) Kindb. — 32, 33, 86, 90, 174, 194, 

205, 260. 261, 339, 362 
Calliergon giganteum (Schimp.) Kindb. — 208 
*Calhergon richardsonu (Mitt.) Kindb. ex Warnst. — 179 
*Calliergon Irifarium (Web. & Mohr) Kindb. — 179 
Calliergonella cuspidala (Hedw.) Loeske — 31, 139, 193, 206, 211, 

216, 269, 273 
Campylium— 184 
Campylium chrysophyllum (Brid.) J. Lange — 31, 32, 33, 51, 52, 

55, 118, 139, 143, 179, 181, 205, 209, 211, 234, 239, 241, 

266, 261, 267, 269, 271, 304, 338, 339, 342, 346, 356, 356, 

362, 383 
Campylium hispidulum (Brid.) Mitt. — 31, 32, 33, 48, 51, 52, 53, 



54, 55, 139, 143, 181, 186, 205, 209, 211, 226, 229, 234, 
251, 256, 269, 271, 304, 319, 321, 339, 342, 346, 354, 355, 
356, 362, 383, 384, 387 

Campylium polygamum (BSG) C Jens. — 139, 205, 304 

Campylium radicale (P.-Beauv.) Grout — 43, 53, 64, 55, 139, 205, 
242, 338, 339, 354, 362 

Campylium stellalum (Hedw.) C Jens. — 31, 139, 133, 205, 215, 
217, 218, 338, 339, 346 

Campylopui lallulensis Sull. & Lesq. ex Sull. — 205, 253, 256 

CaloKopium nigritum (Hedw.) Brid. — 208, 210 

Ceralodon purpureus Kindb. ex Macoun — 15, 28, 31, 32, 33, 48, 
52, 53, 55, 74, 77, 118, 122, 128, 138, 139, 143. 169. 181, 
205, 209, 211, 224, 225, 226, 242, 251, 255, 256, 257, 266, 
269, 304, 307, 319, 321, 338, 339, 342, 346, 354, 355, 356, 
362, 383, 384, 387, 388 

*Cinclidium slygium Sw. — 217, 218 

Clasmatodon parx'ulus (Hampe) Hook. & Wils. ex Sull. — 55, 90, 

139, 205, 252, 256, 362, 383 
Climanum — 33 1 
Climacium amencanum Brid. — 28, 31, 32, 33, 48, 51, 52, 53, 54, 

55, 61, 118, 130, 131, 139, 140, 143, 144, 164, 167, 169, 
184, 206, 209, 211, 224, 225, 234, 238, 241, 255, 256, 257. 
260, 266, 269, 271, 294, 304, 305, 307, 319, 321, 322, 339. 
354, 356, 362, 383, 384 

Climacium dendroides (Hedw.) Web. & Mohr — 32, 33, 174, 184. 

205, 259, 261 
Conardia compacla (CM.) Robins. — 31, 140, 205, 211, 255, 257 
Cratoneuron commutatum (Hedw.) Roth — 90 
Cratoneuron jilicinum (Hedw.) Spruce — 31, 32, 33, 139, 194, 206, 

211, 261. 342, 388 
Cryphaea glomerala BSG ex Sull. — 90, 200 
Ctenidium malacodes Mitt. — 205, 232, 253, 256, 308, 327, 339, 

362 
Demialodon cernuus (Hub.) BSG — 90, 174 
Desmalodon ohlusifolius (Schwaegr.) Schimp. — 31, 32, 33, 53, 54, 

55, 61, 118, 139, 181, 205, 209, 211, 234, 261, 256. 346, 

356, 362, 383, 388 
Desmalodon plmlhohius Sull. & Lesq. ex Sull. — 3, 135, 140, 205, 

234, 256 
Deunatodon porleri ]2mes ex Aua. — $1. 135, 139,205,211,252, 

255, 257, 346, 379 

Desmalodon randii (Kenn.) Laz. — 87, 90. 116. 135. 174. 195, 

205, 363 
Dichelyma capillaceum (With.) Myr. — 55. 139, 169, 205, 206, 216, 

383 
Dicranella heteromalla (With.) Schimp. — 26, 28, 31, 32, 33, 34, 

48, 51, 64, 66, 61, 118, 128, 138, 139, 140, 144, 155, 181, 

204, 205, 209, 211, 224, 226, 231, 234, 241, 243, 244, 255, 

256, 257, 266, 269, 271, 304, 307, 319, 321, 338, 339, 342, 
344, 346, 355, 356, 362, 372, 383, 387 

Dicranella rufescens (With.) Schimp. — 31, 48. 55. 90, 118, 139, 

143, 205, 211, 383, 384, 387 
Dicranella vana (Hedw.) Schimp.— 14, 22, 25, 31, 33, 48. 52, 
55, 118, 129, 144, 181, 194, 204, 205, 209, 211, 231. 234, 
255, 257, 269, 307, 319, 321, 342, 344. 346. 354. 356. 366, 
362, 383, 384. 387 
Dicranoweisia ctrrata (Hedw.) Lindb. ex Milde — 197 (almost cer- 
tainly a misdetermination) 
Dicranum condensalum Hedw. — 205. 211, 247, 256, 281, 362, 

383 
Dicranum flagellare Hedw. — 31, 64, 55, 139, 205, 211, 224, 225, 

255, 256, 257, 271, 335, 362, 383 
Dicranum fulvum Hook. — 206, 241, 256, 328, 362. 372 
Dicranum fuscescens Turn. — 170, 242, 274, 335, 362 
Dicranum monlanum Hedw. — 205, 211, 234, 255. 256, 257, 362 
Dicranum polyselum Sw. — 3. 96, 174, 194, 205. 211 
Dicranum scopanum Hedw. — 31, 32, 33, 51, 53, 54, 55, 61. 66, 
66, 118, 140, 143. 144. 157, 164, 184, 204, 205, 209, 211, 
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309, 319, 321, 338, 339, 345, 354, 355, 356, 362, 373, 374, 

375, 378, 380, 382, 383, 387 
Dtcranum spunum Hedw. — 205, 254, 255, 256, 257, 310 
Dicmnum undutalum Brid. — 31, 139, 211, 345, 362, 380, 382, 

383 
Dicranum viride Lindb. — 21 1, 335, 362 
Didvnodon fallax (Hedw.) Zander \aT. fallax — 22, 31, 48, 51, 61. 

'l28, 139. 181, 205, 209, 211, 266, 307, 344, 356, 383, 384 
Didymodon rigidulus Hedw. — 205, 383 
Didymodon lophnceus (Brid.) Lisa — 118, 139, 205, 209, 234, 342, 

383 
Dtphysaum fotwsum (Hedw.) Mohr — 31, 32, 33, 61, 144, 204, 

205, 211, 222, 241. 256, 307, 328, 356, 362. 387, 391, 392, 

393 

Discelium nudum (Dicks.) Brid. — 55, 90. 134. 139. 183, 194, 205, 

318, 383 
DisHMum capiUaceum (Hedw.) BSG — 179, 208, 210 
*DitTichum flexicaute (Schwaegr.) Hampe — 179 
Ditrichum Imeare (Hedw.) Hampe — 208, 211 
Dilrichum pallidum (Hedw.) Hampe— 15, 31, 32, 33, 48, 52. 53. 

54. 55. 61. 118. 122, 138, 139, 140, 144, 169, 181, 184, 204, 

205, 209, 211, 224, 225, 229, 234, 251, 256, 267. 269. 304. 

307. 319. 321, 342, 344, 346, 355, 356, 362, 374, 378, 383, 

387, 388 
Dilnchum pusillum (Hedw.) Hampe — 31, 53, 55, 61, 122. 139. 

181. 205. 211. 224, 225, 234, 238. 255, 256, 257, 307, 342, 

346, 362, 383, 387 
Drepanorladus — 216, 248, 273, 385 
Drepanoclndui nduncui (Hedw.) Warnst. — 21, 32. 48. 55. 116. 

139. 156. 193. 218, 251, 261, 269, 338, 339, 383, 388 
var. aduncus — 30, 33. 182. 205. 209. 385. 386 

van kneiffii (BSG) Monk. — 139. 205. 209. 269, 319, 321 
var. pohcarpus (Bland, ex Voit) Roth — 21. 90. 139, 179, 205, 
215. 217 
Drepanocladus exannutalui (BSG) Warnst. — 139. 140. 179, 205 
Drepanocladus fluitam (Hedw.) Warnst. — 139, 205, 269, 338, 339 
Drepanocladus rn'olvens (Sw.) Warnst. var. rexvlvens — 179, 215, 

218, 339 
Drepanocladus uminatus (Hedw.) Warnst. — 139, 205, 281 
* Drepanocladus vernicosus (Lindb. ex C. Hartm.) Warnst. — 205 
Drummondia prorepens (Hedw.) Brid. — 31, 52, 53, 54, 55, 139, 

140, 211, 241, 256, 271, 282, 304, 354, 356, 358, 362, 380. 
382. 383 

Encahpta ciltala Hedw. — 59, 139. 205. 224. 225. 383 
Encaiypta procera Bruch — 135. 139. 154. 166. 205 
Enlhoslodon drummondn Sull. — 90. 134 
Enlodon hrei'iselus (Hook. & Wils. ex Wils.) Lindb. — 51. 139. 205. 

209. 383 
Enlodon cladorrhizan^ {Hedw.) CM. — 3 1. 48. 5 1. 52. 53.55. 1 18. 

122. 139. 140. 143. 181. 205. 209. 211. 224. 225. 234. 242. 

251. 256. 269. 271. 319. 321. 338. 339. 342. 346. 354. 355, 

356, 362. 383. 384 
Entodon compressusC.M. — 3i.bb. 118. 122. 130. 131. 139. 181. 

205. 209. 211, 234, 271. 304. 342, 346. 362, 383. 387 
Enlodon macropodus (Hedw.) CM. — 3, 205. 253. 255. 256. 257 
Enlodon seduclrix (Hedw.) CM. — 13, 31. 32. 33. 48. 51, 52, 53, 

54, 55, 118, 122, 128, 130, 131, 133, 139, 143. 144. 181. 

186. 205, 209, 21 1, 234, 241, 242, 251, 256, 266. 269, 271, 

272. 304, 319, 321, 322, 339, 342, 344, 346, 354, 355, 356, 

362. 380. 382. 383. 387 
Enlodon mllwantii (CM.) Lindb. — 138. 204 
Ephemerum cohaerens (Hedw.) Hampe — 139. 206 
Ephemerum crassinenium (.Schwaegr.) Hampe — 31. 55. 134, 139, 

183, 211, 383 
var. crassinenium — 206 

var. texanum (Grout) Bryan & Anders. — 31, 205 
Ephemerum terralum (Hedw.) Hampe — 319, 321 
Ephemerum iptnulosum Bruch & Schimp. cv .Schimp. — 31. 32. 33. 

51, 206, 209, 211 
Eurtadium verhnllalum (Brid.) BSG — 206. 265. 256. 267 



Eurhymlnum — 184 

Eurhvichium hians (Hedw.) Sande-Lac. — 31, 32. 33, 48. 51. 53, 

54, 56, 61, 118. 122. 128, 139, 143. 181, 186,205, 209. 211. 

224. 225. 234. 241. 256, 304, 321, 342, 344. 346, 362. 383 
Kurhytuhium pulchellum (Hedw.) Jenn. — 48. 51. 61, 118, 122, 

132, 133, 139, 179, 181, 206, 209, 234. 251. 256, 304, 342, 

362, 383, 384 
Eurhynchium nparioides (Hedw.) Rich. — 165. 205, 238, 256 
Fabronia cilians (Brid.) Brid. — 32, 33, 1 18. 139, 197, 205, 209, 

234, 257 
Fabronia gymnosloma Sull. &: Lesq. ex Sull. — 55. 139. 205, 383 
Fabroma r'avenelit Sull. — 31, 205, 211, 252, 271 
Fabronia wrighlii Sull. — 139, 206 
Fissidens — 1 99 
Fiuidens adianlhoides Hedw. — 32, 33, 53, 54, 65, 139. 140. 179. 

205. 225. 266. 362. 383 
Fissidens hnotdei Hedw. — 31, 32, 33, 48, 63. 54. 55. 118. 139, 

143. 156. 181. 205. 209. 211. 234. 241. 250. 251. 256. 304, 
307. 319. 321. 342. 354. 366. 362, 372, 383. 384. 387 

Fisstdens bushu (Card. & Ther.) Card. & Ther. — 51. 118. 205, 

211. 234. 241. 256. 266. 257. 304, 319. 320. 321. 362 
Fisstdens cristatus Wils. ex Mitt. — 31. 32, 33, 48, 51, 118, 139, 

144, 156. 206. 211. 234. 238, 251, 252, 256, 266, 271, 304, 
338, 339, 356, 362, 384 

Fissidens fontanus (B.-Pyl.) Steud. — 42, 55, 100, 135, 136, 139, 
144. 166. 175. 183. 205. 209. 238. 252. 257. 334, 362. 383 

Fissidens gnrberi Lesq. & James — 256 

Fissidens grandifrons Brid. — 42, 55, 139, 162, 205, 256, 266 

Fissidens ohlusifolius Wils. — 31, 33, 42, 55, 118, 139, 184, 205, 
209, 211, 234, 362, 383 

Fissidens osmundioides Hedw. — 28, 31, 122, 140, 206, 211, 238, 

241, 255, 267, 328, 355, 366, 362, 372 
Fnsidens rnvenelii Sull. — 205, 211, 266, 266, 257 

Fissidens suhbasilaris Hedw. — 31, 32, 33, 53, 54, 55, 139, 143, 

169, 211, 256, 271, 304, 354, 356, 372, 383 

Fissidens laxifolw. Hedw. — 28, 31, 61 , 64, 66, 69, 118, 139, 165. 

170. 181. 186. 205. 209. 211. 224. 225. 234. 238. 241. 256, 
304, 319. 321. 338. 342. 344. 356. 362. 372. 383 

Fanlmalis — 26. 33 

Fonlmalis dalecarlica Schimp. cv BSG — 55. 139. 205. 383. 384 

Fonlinalis filiformis Sull. &.- Lesq. ex Aust. — 65. 139. 205. 255, 

257. 370. 383 
Fonlmalis flaccida Ren. & Card. — 256 
Fonlmalis hipnoides C.J. Hartm. — 370 
Fonlmalis mnsourica Card. — 90. 133. 139, 144. 160. 205. 256, 

362, 370 
Fonlmalis nmae-anglme SuW. — 140, 206, 241, 255, 266, 267, 362, 

370 
Fonlmalis sphagnijolia (CM.) Wijk & Marg. — 55, 90. 139. 205, 

370. 383 
Fonlmalis sutlivanlii Lindb. — 55. 100. 165. 238 
Forsslroemia ohioensis (Sull.) Lindb. — 139. 205. 383 
Forsslroemia Irichomilria (Hedw.) Lindb. — 31. 139. 205. 211. 256, 

271. 383 
Funaria amencana Lindb. — 51. 90. 139. 161. 194. 205. 312, 323 
Funaria flavicans Michx. — 72. 90. 115. 118. 134, 139. 181, 188, 

197, 205, 231, 234, 242, 346, 362, 383 
Funaria h\gromelnca Hedw, — 21. 28, 31. 32, 33. 40. 41. 48. 62, 

53, 64. 66. I 16. 1 18. 128. 139. 140. 142, 143, 169. 181. 186, 

204, 206. 209. 211. 224. 225. 226. 229. 231. 234. 239. 241, 

242, 251, 256, 266, 269, 319, 321, 322, 338, 339, 340, 342. 
344, 346, 354, 355, 356, 362, 383. 384, 387, 388 

Grimmin — 109, 112. 150. 219. 342 

Crnnmia affmis Hoppe & Hornsch. cv Hornsch. — 139. 140, 383 
Grimmia agn\\Kn (Sull. & Ix-sq. e\ Sull.) Jarg. & Sauerb. — 256 
Crimmia anodon BSG — 90, 176. 206. 234 

Grimmia npocarpa Hedw. — 31. 32. 33. 48. 118. 128. 139. 140, 
144. 204. 211. 224. 225. 234. 307. 319, 321, 338. 339. 344. 
346. 355. 366. 362. 383. 384 

var. npocarpa — 206. 209 

var. gracilis Riihl. — 63. 64. 169. 181. 205. 242. 342. 354 
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Grimmia lanngata (Brid.) Brid. — 31, 144, 205, 211, 241, 256, 

307, 309, 362 
Grimmia olneyi Sull. — 205, 256, 362, 380, 382 
Grimmia ovaiis (Hedw.) Lindb. — 140, 205 
Grimmia pilijera P.-Beauv. — 144, 205, 256, 281, 362 
Grimmia plagiopoda Hedw. — 208, 209 
Grimmia pulvinata (Hedw.) Sm. ex Sm. & Sowerby — 90 
Grimmia nvularis Brid. var. nvularis — bl, 139, 205, 209, 211, 

241, 383 
Grimmia Irichophylla Grev. — 362 

Gymnostomum aeruginosum Sm. — 31, 32, 33, 61, 118, 139, 155, 
181, 205, 211, 234, 256, 257, 304, 307, 328, 338, 339, 356, 
362 

Gymnostomum recumirostrum Hedw. — 26, 32, 55, 118, 139, 174, 

205, 211, 234, 362 

Haplohymenium Iriste (Ces. ex De Not.) Kindb. — 51, 53, 54, 55, 

139, 209, 211, 241, 256, 383 
Hedwigia aliata (Hedw.) P.-Beauv. — 31, 32, 33, 53, 54, 55, 139, 

144, 205, 209, 211, 224, 225, 234, 241, 256, 266, 271, 307, 

319, 321, 344, 346, 354, 355, 356, 362, 380, 382, 383 
Hetodium blandoum (Web. & Mohr) Warnst. — 85, 90, 206, 342 
Helodium paludosum (Sull.) Aust. — 3, 106, 133, 183, 205, 255, 

256, 267, 259, 260, 261, 294, 339, 362 
Herpetmeuron toccoae (Sull. & Lesq. ex Lesq.) Card. — 90, 264, 256, 

257 
Herzogiella striatella (Brid.) Iwats. — 139, 372 
Herzogiella lurfacea (Lindb.) Iwats. — 3, 90, 171, 173, 175, 194, 

224, 225, 342 

Helerocladium dimorphum (Brid.) BSG — 55, 139, 383 

Homalotheciella subcapiUata (Hedw.) Broth. — 63, 64, 65, 139, 205, 
211, 254, 256, 354, 362 

Homomalhum adnatum (Hedw.) Broth. — 52, 53, 64, 65, 118, 139, 
144, 209, 211, 224, 225, 234, 241, 256, 271, 304, 328, 339, 
366, 362, 383 

Hookena acutifotia Hook. & Grev. — 31, 61, 90, 205, 211, 356, 
371 

Hygrohypnum alpestre (Hedw.) Loeske — 205 

Hygrohypnum luridum (Hedw.) Jenn. — 181 

Hygrohypnum ochraceum (Turn, ex Wils.) Loeske — 140, 205 

Hylocomium splendens (Hedw.) BSG — 179, 282 

Hyophila invotuta (Hook.) Jaeg. & Sauerb. — 118, 205, 234, 256 

Hypnum — 179, 216, 248, 364 
Hypnum cupressiforme Hedw. — 206, 264, 362 
Hypnum cunnfolium Hedw. — 5, 31, 51, 63, 54, 66, 128, 139, 140, 
144, 181, 209, 211, 241, 256, 271, 342, 356, 362, 376, 387 
Hypnum fertile Sendtn. — 6 
Hypnum imponens Hedw. — 5, 31, 32, 33, 36, 53, 64, 65, 61, 139, 

206, 209, 211, 269, 271, 272, 280, 307, 354, 362, 383 
Hypnum lindhergii Mitt. — 5, 28, 31, 51, 1 18, 128, 139, 143, 179, 

205, 209, 211, 217, 218, 234, 256, 261, 319, 321, 339, 362, 

387 
Hypnum pallescens (Hedw.) P.-Beauv. — 5, 31, 139, 179, 206, 211, 

'271, 342, 362 
Hypnum pratense Koch & Brid. — 5, 29, 174, 193, 206, 269 
Hypnum subimponens Lesq. — 139, 205 
Isopterygiopsis muellenana (Schimp.) Iwats. — 90, 117, 118, 206, 

234, 264, 266, 256, 257, 319, 321, 362, 374, 375 
hopterygium distichaceum (Mitt.) Jaeg. & Sauerb. — 3, 90, 173, 174, 

176, 266, 266, 257 
hopterygium elegans (Brid.) Lindb. — 139, 171, 173, 175, 194, 

205, 255, 256, 281, 328, 362, 372 
hopterygium putchellum (Hedw.) Jaeg. & Sauerb. — 224, 225 
hopterygium tenerum (Sw.) Mitt. — 48, 55, 61, 122, 139, 140, 165, 

209, 238, 256, 342, 362, 383 
Leptohryum pyriforme (Hedw.) Wils. — 28, 31, 32, 33, 53, 56, 128, 

139, 205, 209, 211, 234, 251, 307, 342, 362, 372, 383, 387, 



Leskea australis Sharp — 205 

Leskea graalescens Hedw. — 31, 32, 33, 51, 61, 118, 139, 140, 

170, 181, 186, 206, 209, 211, 224, 226, 226, 231, 234, 241, 

251, 266, 271, 272, 304, 319, 321, 328, 342, 344, 346, 387, 

388 
Leskea obscura Hedw. — 18, 31, 55, 118, 128, 139, 140, 143,205, 

209, 211, 256, 271, 319, 321, 339, 362, 383 
Leskea polycarpa Hedw. — 31, 48, 53, 64, 66, 118, 122, 128, 139, 

140, 206, 209, 211, 234, 266, 266, 267, 269, 271, 355, 356, 

362, 383, 384 

Leskeella nenma (Brid.) Loeske— 122, 198, 205, 229 

Leucobryum — 331, 366 

Leucobryum albidum (Brid. ex P-Beauv.) Lindb. — 139, 169, 205, 
21 l', 294, 296, 328, 372, 383 

Leucobryum glaucuin (Hedw.) Angstr. ex Fr. — 31, 32, 33, 61, 64, 
55, '61, 118, 122, 139, 140, 143, 144, 164, 165, 169, 193, 
204, 205, 209, 211, 222, 224, 225, 234, 235, 238, 241, 256, 

266, 272, 296, 304, 307, 310, 321, 328, 338, 339, 346, 354, 
355, 356, 362, 373, 374, 376, 376, 380, 382, 383, 387 

Leucodon — 184 

Leucodon brachypus Brid. — 31, 174, 362 

var andreu^sianus Crum & Anders. — 48, 140, 206, 21 1, 271 

var. brachypus — 206, 271 
Leucodon juiaceus (Hedw.) Sull. — 31, 32, 33, 66, 53, 54, 55, 139, 
140, 209, 211, 241, 271, 319, 321, 354, 356, 362, 383, 387 

Lindbergia brachyptera (Mitt.) Kindb. — 31, 32, 33, 44, 48, 51, 55, 
83, 133, 176, 205, 211, 234, 252, 255, 257, 271, 334, 346. 

383, 384 

Meesia longiseta Hedw. — 90, 134, 139, 194, 205 

Micromitrium austinii Aust. — 3, 76, 90 

Mnium — 96, 179, 331, 347, 367 

Mnium affine Bland, ex Funck — 31, 32, 66, 139, 144, 166, 209, 
238, 269, 271, 304, 307, 319, 328, 346, 354, 355, 356, 362, 
383 
var. ciliare CM — 33, 51, 61, 90, 118, 122, 140, 181, 190, 

191, 206, 211, 234, 235, 241, 256, 372 
var. rugicum (Laur.) BSG — 31, 32, 33, 51, 90, 190, 191, 211, 
215, 234, 259, 260, 261, 319, 321 
Mnium cuspidatum Hedw. — 7, 28, 31, 32, 33, 35, 48, 49, 51, 52, 
53, 54, 61, 118, 122, 128, 138, 139, 140, 143, 144, 166, 162, 
164, 165, 169, 170, 181, 186, 204, 205, 211, 224, 225, 226, 
231, 234, 235, 238, 241, 242, 251, 266, 269, 260, 261, 266, 
269, 270, 271, 294, 304, 307, 319, 321, 328, 338, 339, 342, 
344, 346, 354, 356, 366, 362, 383, 384, 387, 388 
Mnium drummondii Bruch & Schimp. — 48, 205, 229, 231, 342, 

384 
Milium hornum Hedw. — 90, 205, 224, 225, 263, 266, 267, 362 
Mnium longirostrum Brid. — 48, 139, 140, 143, 205, 209, 256, 

267, 366 

Mnium marginatum (With.) Brid. ex P-Beauv. — 28, 31, 139, 165, 

209, 211, 234, 238, 265, 256, 267, 269, 362, 383 
Mnium medium BSG— 139, 190, 191, 205, 217, 218, 226, 266, 

346, 355, 362 
Mnium punctatum Hedw. — 31, 48, 139, 144, 165, 204, 238, 241, 

266, 307, 321, 328, 355, 356, 362, 372, 383, 384, 387 
var elalum Schimp. — 140, 205 
var. punctatum — 61, 192, 205, 211 
Milium spinulosum Hedw. — 31, 48. 205, 211, 224, 226, 366 
Milium stellare Hedw. — 48, 139, 206, 211, 224, 225, 255, 256, 

257, 319, 383, 384 
Milium thomsomi Schimp. — 205, 234, 263 

Myurella sibirica (CM.) Reim. — 52, 53, 64, 205 

Neckera pennata Hedw. — 139, 205 

Orthotrichum affine Brid. — 362 

Orthotrichum aiiomalum Hedw.— 139, 174. 181, 205, 234, 359, 

383 
Orthotrichum obtusifolium Brid. — 387 
Orthotrichum ohioense Sull. & Lesq. ex Aust. — 31, 61, 90, 139, 

143, 271, 281, 304, 319, 321, 344, 359, 362 
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194. 197, 205. 209, 234. 252, 271, 272, 319, 321. 342, 344, 

355, 356, 359, 362 
Orthotnchum pusitlum Mitt. — 33, 88, 118, 134. 137. 144. 181. 

205. 209, 211, 241, 256, 304, 319, 321. 344, 359, 362, 387 
Orlhotnchum rupesire Schleich. ex Schwaegr. — 269 
Orlhotnchum sordidum Sull. & Lesq. ex Aust. — 342 
Orlhotnchum specwsum Nees ex Sturm — 43, 56. 269 
Ortholnchum slellalum Brid. — 1 18, 205, 234, 359 
Orlholnchum straugulalum P.-Beauv. — 24, 31, 33, 53. 54, 55, 118, 

139, 211, 234, 238, 241, 242, 257, 307, 354, 355, 359, 383, 

384 
Phascum cuspidalum Hedw. — 55. 63. 64. 1 18. 139. 181, 205. 209. 

211. 212. 234. 252. 304. 383 
Phascum floerkeanum Web. i- Mohr — 139, 197, 206 
Philonolis fonlanci (Hedw.) Brid. — 32, 139, 140, 209, 241. 266. 

339, 383 
var. caespilosa (Jur.) Schimp. — 205, 269 
vaT.fonlana — 33, 205, 256, 389 
Philonolis longueta (Mx.) Britt. — 139. 205. 383 
Philonolis marchica (Hedw.) Brid. — 1 18. 134. 139. 205, 209, 234, 

383. 389 
Philonolis muhlenbergii (Schwaegr.) Brid. — 55, 139. 205 
Physcomilrella palens (Hedw.) BSG — 139, 205, 234, 336, 342 
Physcomilrium houkeri Hampe — 281 

Ph'yscomilrium immersum Sull. — 1 18, 139, 205, 234, 252, 383 
Phscomilrium p\nJorme (Hedw.) Hampe — 15, 28, 31, 32. 33, 48, 
■ 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 87, 118, 122, 128, 134, 139, 140, 143. 

166. 170. 181. 186. 197, 205. 209, 211, 226, 226, 229, 231, 

234, 238, 241, 242, 251, 252, 267, 267, 269, 304. 319. 321. 

338, 339, 342, 344, 346, 354, 355, 356, 362, 363. 383. 384, 
387, 388 

Plapopus oedenana (Sw.) Limpr. — 134, 183, 206 

Plagiolhecium cavifolium (Brid.) Iwats. — 31, 61, 118, 139. 171. 

173, 176. 181. 194, 206. 209. 211, 216, 234, 241, 263, 256, 

259, 260, 261, 269, 356, 362, 372 
Plagiolhecium denlicutalum (Hedw.) BSG — 31, 32, 33, 48, 85, 1 18, 

128, 139, 144, 171, 173, 175, 181, 194, 206, 209, 211, 224, 

225, 234, 255, 266, 267, 271, 307, 319, 321, 339, 342. 366, 

362, 384 

Platydicta — 32 

Platydicta confenvides (Brid.) Crum — 31 . 1 18. 139. 140. 143. 206. 

211. 256. 256. 257, 304, 328, 346, 362 
Plalydicta jungermnnnwides (Brid.) Crum — 205. 21 1 
Plalydicia mmutissimum (Sull. & Lesq. ex Sull.) Crum — 90. 133. 

183, 197 
Plattdicia subtile (Hedw.) Crum — 48, 85, 90, 91, 133, 139, 174, 

179, 183, 205, 234, 266, 304, 384 
Platygyrium repens (Brid.) BSG — 28, 31, 32, 33, 48. 51. 53. 54. 

66, 61, 122. 139, 140, 143, 144, 181, 186, 205, 209, 210, 

229, 234. 241. 242, 256, 266, 271, 272, 304, 307, 319, 321, 

339, 342, 344. 354. 355. 356. 362. 374. 376, 383, 384, 387 
Pleundium subutntum (Hedw.) Rabenh. — 31, 66, 60, 118, 139, 

144, 184. 205. 209, 211. 223, 234, 256, 266, 267, 267, 269, 

319, 321, 356, 362. 383 
Pleuridium sullivantu Ausi. — 144, 205, 362 
Pleuroiium schreben (Brid.) Mitt. — 28, 31. 32, 33, 35, 61, 53, 64, 

55. 144, 205, 209, 211, 224. 225. 338, 339. 354, 356, 362, 
374, 383, 387 

Pogonatum — 313 

Pogonalum brachyphyllum (Michx.) P.-Beauv. — 90, 1 18. 144. 205, 

234. 241, 362 
Pogonatum pensilvnmcum (Hedw.) P-Bcauv. — 31, 32. 33, 53, 64, 

56, 139, 144, 204, 205, 211. 234. 266, 307. 319, 321, 356, 
362. 383. 387 

Pohlia annottna (Hedw.) Lindb. var. decipens Loeske — 205, 342 
Pohlia alTopurpurea (Wahlenb.) H. Lindb. — 55. 139, 197. 205, 

383 
Pohlia elnngata Hedw. — 204 
Pohlia lescuTiana (Sull.) Grout — 139 
Pohlia melanndnn (Brid.) Shaw — 134. 183. 205. 209. 301. 302 



Puhlui nuuins (Hedw.) Lindb. — 31, 32, 33, 51, 55, 1 18, 128. 138. 

139, 140, 181, 205, 211, 224, 225, 234, 235. 241. 251, 256. 

259, 260, 271. 272. 301. 302. 307. 319, 321, 355, 356. 362. 

372. 383. 387. 388 
Puhlia pruligera (Kindb. ex Limpr.) Lindb. ex Arn. — 299. 300. 

301. 302 
Pohlia wahleiihergii (Web. & Mohr) .'Vndr. — 31, 32, 33, 51, 55, 

118, 166, 181, 209, 211, 234, 238. 256, 301, 302, 319, 320. 

321, 344, 356, 383 

Polylrtchum — 51, 74. 78. 95, 112, 1 14, 331, 364. 366 
Pohlrichum commune Hedw. — 17. 31. 33. 53, 54, 56, 77. 96. Ill, 
113. 118. 140. 144. 169. 181. 184. 224. 225. 234. 241. 251. 

256. 259. 260. 261. 269. 304. 307. 309. 322. 338. 339. 340. 
346, 347, 354, 356, 367, 361, 362, 373, 383. 384, 388 

var. commune — 19, 205, 211, 266 

var. perigiiniile (Michx.) Hampe — 206, 339 
Polytnchum /ormusum Hedw. — 139, 205, 209. 362. 383 
Pohlrichum juniperinum Hedw. — 3 1 . 33. 56. 1 18. 1 21 . 1 22. 126. 
127. 128. 139. 150. 209. 211. 224. 226. 234. 240, 241. 242. 

257, 266, 304, 346, 355, 356, 362, 380, 382. 383, 384, 387 
Pohlrichum longiselum Brid. — 174, 205, 261 

Pohlrichum ohioense Ren. Sc Card. — 3, 19, 31, 32, 33, 35, 51,61. 
' 128. 139. 140. 184. 204. 205. 209. 211. 224. 225, 234, 238, 

241, 266, 266. 269. 294. 319. 321. 356. 362. 372, 374, 375. 

376, 387 
Pohlrichum paltidisetum Funck — 163 
Pohlrichum pilijerum Hedw. — 31. 48. 121. 139. 206. 211. 224. 

225. 362. 376 
Pohlrichum sirictum Brid. — 85. 90. 139. 168. 169. 174. 205 
Pollia ilavalliana (Sm. ex Drake) C. Jens. — 342 
Pollia Iruticata (Hedw.) Furnr. — 118. 122. 205. 209. 224. 225. 

363 
Pterigynandrum filiforme Hedw. — 139. 205 
Plerygoneuron subsessile (hr\A.)]\iT. — ^0,9T. 117. 135. 139. 180. 

197. 205, 252, 327, 363. 377, 383 
Putium rrisla-caslrensis (Hedw.) De Not. — 56. 139. 205. 21 1. 383 

Plychomilrium drummondit (Wils.) Sull. — 139. 205. 252. 255. 266. 

257. 383 
Plychomilrium incun>um (Schwaegr.) Spruce — 140. 144. 205. 256, 

362 
P\l/iisiellH nilncala (Hedw.) Grout — 52. 53. 54. 56. 139. 205, 

209. 242. 269. 346. 354. 383 
Pylaisietta polyanlha (Hedw.) Grout — 55. 106. 130. 131. 133. 139, 

183, 205. 383 (most Illinois reports are probably referable to 

P. selwinii) 
Pylaisiella selwynii (Kindb.) Crum, Steere & Anders. — 48. 51, 

139. 206. 209. 211. 224. 225. 256. 304. 319, 320, 321. 322. 

323, 324, 346, 362 
K'icomilrium heleroHichum (Hedw.) Brid. — 140 (probably based on 

a misdetermined specimen) 
Hh/ihdoweisia crispnia (With.) Lindb. — 256 (undoubledU a mis- 
determination) 
Rhodobryum roseum (Hedw.) Limpr. — 28. 31. 32. 33. 48. 51. 53, 

54. 55. 118. 122. 139. 144. 153. 205. 211. 224. 225, 234. 

266, 266. 269. 271. 304. 319. 321. 338. 364. 355. 356. 362. 
383 

RhyuchoUegium serrulatum (Hedw.) Jaeg. &.- Sauerb. — 22. 31. 32. 

33. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 118. 122. 134. 139. 143. 170. 181. 

1 86. 205. 209. 2 1 1 . 224. 225. 234. 25 1 . 256. 266. 269. 27 1 . 

304. 319, 321, 342, 344, 346, 354. 355. 356. 362. 374. 375. 

383. 384. 387. 388 
Rhylidtadelphus triqueirm (Hedw.) Warnst. — 65. 62. 139. 205. 

■ 224. 338. 339. 383 
Rhylidium rugusum (Hedw.) Kindb. — 205. 384 
Schwelschkeopu, fnbromn (Schwaegr.) Broth. — 48. 139. 205. 209. 

254. 256. 281. 383, 384 
Sciaromium Irsruni (Sull.) Broth. — 65. 254. 255. 2.56. 257 
Scopfhphila hgulala (Spruce) Spruce — 3. 90. 185. 206. 265. 256. 

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Scorpidium scorpioides (Hedw.) Limpr. — 179, 208 
*Scorpidium lurgescens (T. Jens.) Loeske — 179, 217, 218 
Sematophllum adnatum (Michx.) Brid. — 1 18, 139, 143, 205, 234, 

383 ' 
Semalophyllum demissum (Wils.) Mitt. — 31, 165, 181, 205, 211, 

238, 253, 328, 356, 372, 387 
Sematophllum marylandicum (CM.) Britt. — 90, 254, 255, 256, 

257 ■ 
Sphagnum — 29, 30, 33, 77, 95, 96, 98, 99, 109, 110, 112, 113, 
157, 158, 177, 184, 221, 246, 331, 338, 356, 361, 364. 365, 
366, 367, 373 
Sphagnum capillifolium (Ehrh.) Hedw. — 20, 62, 159, 177, 193, 
318, 368, 369 
var. capillifolium— 10, 12, 205, 211, 315 
var. lenellum (Schimp.) Crum — 9, 10, 12, 159, 205, 234, 315 
Sphagnum centrale C. Jens, ex Arn. & C. Jens. — 12, 86, 90, 138, 

205, 233 
Sphagnum compaclum DC. ex Lam. Sc DC. — 6, 16, 17, 20, 62, 
144, 179, 205, 246, 251, 255, 256, 257, 310, 315, 362, 388 
Sphagnum cuspidatum Ehrh. ex Hoffm. — 256, 315 
var. cuspidatum — 12, 205, 255, 257 
var. serrulatum (Schlieph.) Schlieph. — 12 
Sphagnum fimhnatum Wils. ex]. Hook. — 12, 68, 206, 235, 318 
Sphagnum fuscum (Schimp.) Klinggr. — 12, 159, 205, 315 
Sphagnum girgensohmi Russ. — 8, 12, 61, 174, 205, 211, 266, 315 
Sphagnum henryense Warnst. — 1 1, 72 
Sphagnum imbncalum Hornsch. ex Russ. — 86, 90, 205, 255, 256, 

257, 294, 315 
Sphagnum magellanicum Brid. — 96, 98, 205, 259, 260, 315 
Sphagnum palustre L. — 31, 61, 169, 193, 205, 211, 259, 260, 

307, 315, 374, 375 
Sphagnum papillosum Lindb. — 86, 90, 205 
Sphagnum recun'um P.-Beauv. — 72, 259, 260, 303, 339, 373 
var. recun'um — 12, 205, 315 
var. lenue Klinggr. — 12, 205, 315 
Sphagnum russouu Warnst. — 90, 256, 257 
Sphagnum squarrosum Crome — 8, 12, 31,98, 174, 205, 211, 259, 

260, 315, 374, 375 
Sphagnum subsecundum Nees ex Sturm — 256, 315, 339 
var. contortum (Schultz) Hub. — 12, 86, 90 
var. platyphyllum (Lindb. ex Braithw.) Card. — 12 
var. rufe'scens (Nees, Hornsch. & Sturm) Hub. — 8, 12, 205 
var. subsecundum — 12, 205 
Sphagnum lenerum Sull. & Lesq. — 31, 205, 211, 255, 256. 257, 

310,315,375 
Sphagnum teres (Schimp.) Angstr. ex C. Hartm. — 8, 12, 86, 90, 

98, 174, 179, 205, 211, 234, 259, 260, 315 
Sphagnum warnstorfii Russ. — 9, 12, 86, 159, 205, 315 

Stokesiella praelonga (Hedw.) Robins. — 269 

Syrrhopodon texanus Sull. — 90, 205, 210, 241, 253, 255, 256, 
257, 258 

Taxiphyllum deplanatum (Bruch & Schimp. ex Schimp.) Fl. — 28, 
31', 33, 51, 54, 55, 118, 139, 171, 173, 181, 205, 209, 211, 
234, 256, 304, 307, 319, 321, 338, 339, 383 

Taxiphyllum taxnameum (Mitt.) Fl. — 31, 51, 118, 165, 173, 175, 
181, 205, 209, 211, 234, 238, 241, 256, 319, 321, 342, 357 

Tetraphis pellucida Hedw. — 31, 32, 33, 35, 61, 139, 144, 165, 
169, 204, 205, 211, 222, 224, 225, 238, 241. 255, 256, 257, 



259, 260, 261, 266, 271, 280, 307, 319, 321. 328, 356, 362, 

372, 374, 383, 387 
Thamnobryum alleghamense (CM.) Nieuwl. — 81, 90, 139, 140, 

144, 255, 256, 257, 308, 362. 383 
Thelia asprella Sull. — 23, 31, 32, 33, 48, 53, 54, 55, 139, 205, 

210, 234, 256, 269, 271, 304, 319, 321, 339, 346, 355, 356, 

362, 383 
Thelia hirtella (Hedw.) Sull. — 48, 55, 139, 140, 205, 241. 256, 

281. 354, 362, 383, 384 
Theha lescurn Sull. — 54, 55, 118, 139, 205, 224, 225, 234, 269, 

338, 342, 346, 362, 383 
Thmdium — 184, 331 
Thuidium abietmum (Hedw.) BSG — 31, 51, 179, 205, 211, 339, 

362 
Thmdium delicalulum (Hedw.) BSG — 28, 31, 32. 33, 48, 51. 52, 

53, 55, 61, 118, 122. 128. 139. 140. 143. 144. 164. 165. 169, 

179. 193, 194, 209. 211, 222. 234. 235. 241. 259, 260, 261, 

271, 294, 304, 307, 319, 321, 322, 328, 338, 339, 342. 354, 

355, 356. 362. 372. 383, 384. 387 
var. dehcatulum — 205, 256 

var. radicans (Kindb.) Crum, Steere & Anders. — 205, 238, 362 
Thmdium mmutulum (Hedw.) BSG — 53, 54, 55, 139, 140, 205, 

256, 296, 383 

Thmdium pygmueum BSG — 3 1 . 48, 122, 140, 205, 211, 212, 256, 

356, 362, 384 

Thmdium tecognilum (Hedw.) Lindb. — 31, 32, 33, 34, 48, 118, 
139, 140, 181, 209. 211. 224. 225. 234. 235. 256. 261, 266, 
269, 271, 304, 305. 319. 321. 339. 362. 374. 387 

Thuidium scilum (P.-Beauv.) Aust. — 139, 205, 383 

Timmia megapolitana Hedw. var. megapolitana — 31, 48, 50, 52, 
53, 54, 55, 90, 1 18, 139, 174, 205, 211, 224, 225, 234, 242, 
255, 257, 270, 271, 346, 354, 383 

Tomenthypnum nitens (Hedw.) Loeske — 139, 179 

Tortella fragilti (Drumm.) Limpr. — 179 

Torlella humilis (Hedw.) Jenn. — 31. 32, 33, 48, 53, 54, 55. 118. 
139, 140, 144, 165, 169, 205, 209, 211, 234, 238, 241, 256, 
269, 271, 319, 321, 339, 342, 344, 355, 362, 383, 384 

Tortella tortuosa (Hedw.) Limpr. — 174, 339 

Tortula — 48 

Torlula mucronifolia Schwaegr. — 3 1 . 117. 139. 205. 211, 339, 
387 

Torlula muralis Hedw. — 143, 342 

Torlula pagorum (Milde) De Not. — 2, 90. 205, 253, 256 

Torlula papulosa Wils. ex Spruce — 91, 97. 135. 139. 174, 205. 
279, 326, 383 

Tortula ruralis (Hedw.) Gaertn.. Meyer & Scherb. — 32. 33, 205, 
224, 225, 342 

Tortula subulata Hedw. — 139, 205. 383 

Tremalodon longuolln Michx. — 3. 90. 139. 205. 252. 255. 256. 

257, 383 

Viola crispa (Hedw.) Brid. — 3, 32, 33, 55, 90. 139, 205, 319. 

320, 321, 383 

Weissia controversa Hedw. — 31, 32. 33, 39, 48. 51. 52. 53, 54, 
55, 118, 122, 140, 144, 151, 165, 181, 196, 197, 204, 205, 
209, 211, 226, 234, 238, 241. 251. 252. 256. 269. 304, 319, 

321. 342, 346, 354, 355, 356, 362, 380, 383, 387, 388 
U'cijjM hedwigii Crum — 319 



LIST OF SYNONYMS FOR BRYOPHYTES REPORTED FROM ILLINOIS 

The current orthography or nomenclature is on the right, although some taxa are treated sensu lato {s.l. 



Anthocerotae and Hepaticae 

Aneura lalifolia = Riccardia latijrons 
Aneura latifrons = Riccardia latifrons 
Aneura multifida = Riccardia multifida 
Aneura palmata = Riccardia palmata 



Aneura sessitis = Aneura pinguis 
Anihoceros carolinianus = Phaeoceros laei'is 
Anthoceros crispulus = Anihoceros punclatus 
Anthoceros laciniatus = Phaeoceros laei'is 
Anthoceros laei'is = Phaeoceros laei'is 
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Anihoceroi orhiniliim = .\ololh\lai orbicularis 
Aplozia caeipitma = Juttgermannia caespilicia 
Aplozia lanceolatn = J ungermannia leiantha 
Asterella hemnphaerica = Reboulia hemisphaerka 
Blepharoiia ciliaris = Ptilidium ciliare 

Calypogea = Calypogeja 

Calypogeia argula = Cahpogeja sutlwanlii 

Calypogeja Irichomanei = Calypogeja muellermna 

Calypogeja trichomann = Cahpogeja muellertana 

Cephalozia albescens = Pteuroctada albescens 

Cephatozta curfi/otia = Xowettia cun'ifulia 

Cephalozia divaricata = Cephaloziella dwaricata 

Cephalozia media = Cephalozia tunutifolia 

Cephalozia mullifida = Cephalozia connivens 

Cephalozia mullijiora = Cephalozia cotinivens 

Cephalozia sultivanlii = Cephaloziella rubella s.l. 

Cephaloziella b\ssacea = Cephaloziella divaricala 

Cephaloziella elachisla var. angustiloba = Cephaloziella elachi^Ui 

Cephaloziella m\riantha = Cephaloziella rubella s.l. 

Cephaloziella rubella var. sullivantii = Cephaloziella rubella yl. 

Cephaloziella spinigera = Cephaloziella elachista 

Cephaloziella subdenlata = Cephaloziella elachisla 

Cephaloziella sullivantii = Cephaloziella rubella s.l. 

Chiloscyphui adscendens = Chiloscyphus pallescens 

Chiloscyphus fragilis = Chiloic\phus pallescens \a.T. fragilis 

Cleiea hyalina = Alhalamia hwlina 

Coleochila taylori = Mylia laylon 

Conocephalus conicus = Conocephalum conicum 

Duvalia barbifrons = Mannia fragrans 

Eucalyx hyalina = Jungermannia hyalina 

Fegetetla conica = Conocephalum conicum 

Fimbnaria elegans — 102, 269 

Fimbriaria tenella = Asterella lenella 

Frullania aeolotis = Frullania riparia 

Frullania asagrayana = Frullania tamarisci var. asagrayana 

Frullania grayana = Frullania tamarisci var. asagrayana 

Frullania squarrosa = Frullania ericoides 

Frullania virginica = Frullania ehoracensis 

Geocalyx graveolus = Geocalyx graveolens 

Crimaldia barbifrons = Mannia fragrans 

Grimaldia fragrans = Mannia fragrans 

Gnmaldia rupestris = Mannia Iriandra 

Jungermannia hicuspidata = Cephalozia bicuspidala 
Jungermannia cun'ifolia = Xowellia cunnfolia 
Jungermannia divaricata = Cephaloziella divaricata 
Jungermannia lanceolata = Jungermannia leiantha 
Jungermannia schraderi = Jamewniella autumnalis 
Jungermannia sullivantiae = Cephaloziella rubella 

Lejeunea calcarea = Cololejeunea biddlecomiae 

Lepidozia sylvatica = Kurzia sylvatica 

Leploscyphus taylori = Mylia laylorii 

Lophocolea alata = Lophocolea cuspidata var. alata 

Lophocolea bicuspidata = Lophocolea cuspidata 

Lophocolea cuipidata fo. alata = Lophocolea cuspidata var. alala 

Lophocolea hallii = Lophocolea heterophylla 

Lophocolea macounii = Lophocolea heterophylla 

Lunularia vulgaris = Lunutana cruciata 

Madotheca plalyphylla = Porella plalyphylla 

Madotheca porella = Porella pmnala 

Madotheca thuja — 102, 269 (= Porella thuja but North .^meriran 

reports are based on misdeterminations) 
Mannia rupestris = Mannia Iriandra 
Marsupella sullivantii — 308, 341 (= M. spharelala for Illinois 

reports, Crandall-Sloiler & Renzaglia 1984) 
Microlepidozin sylvatica = Kurzia sylvatica 

S'ardia crenulata = Jungermannia grncillima 
Sardia hyalina = Jungermannia hyalina 
Neesietla rupestris = Mannia Inandra 
Nololhylas vatvata = S'ololhylas orbicularis 
Odonloschisma iphagni = Odonloschisma denudatum 



Phaeoceros crisputus = Anthoceros punctatus 

Plagtochila asplemoides = Plagiochila porelloides 

Plagiochita mterruptum = Pedinophyllum inlerruptum 

Plagiochila macrosloma = Pedinophyllum mterruptum 

Ptectocolea crenulata = Jungermannia gracillima 

Plectocolea crenuliformis = Jungermannia crenuliformis 

Pleclocolea fossomhronunodes = Jungermannia fossombronioides 

Plectocolea hyalina = Jungermannia hyalina 

Porella thuja = (misdeterminations North American specimens) 

Preissia commutata = Preissia quadrata 

Riccardia pinguis = Aneura pinguis 

Riccia arvensis = Riccia hifurca 

Riccia crystallina = Riccia cavernosa 

Riccia frostii var. major = Riccia froslii 

Riccia lescuriana = Riccia heyrichiana 

Riccia lutescens = Ricciocarpos nalans 

Riccia minima = Riccia nigrella 

Riccia natans = Ricciocarpos natans 

Riccia velutina = Riccia cavernosa 

Ricciella ftuitans = Riccia fluitans 

Ricciella jluilans var cnnaliculala = Riccia fluilans 

Ricciella fluitans var sullivanli = Riccia sullivantii 

Ricciella sullivantii = Riccia sullivantii 

Ricciocarpus = Ricciocarpos 

Solenosloma crenulata = Jungermannia gracillima 
Solenostoma crenuliformis = Jungermannia crenuliformis 
Solenostoma hyalmum = Jungermannia hyalina 
Solenostoma pumillus = Jungermannia pumila 

Tricholea tomenlella = Trichocolea lomentella 

Musci (including sphagna) 

Acaulon floerkeanum = Phascum floerkeanum 

Acaulon rubrum = Acaulon mulicum 

Acaulon wolfii — 139, 383 

Aloina aloides = Aloma rigida 

Aloina aloides var. ambigua = Aloina aloides 

Aloina ericaecolia = Phascum floerkeanum 

Amblystegiella adnata = Homomallium adnatum 

Amblystepella confen-a = Plalydictya confenvides 

.Amblystegiella minutissima = Platydiclya minulissima 

Amblystegiella subtilis = Platydictya subtile 

Amblystegium breiipes = Amblystegium npahum 

Amblystegium chrysophyllum = Campylium chrysophyllum 

Amblystegium compaclum = Conardia compaclum 

Amblystegium confervoides = Platydictya confenoides 

Amblystegium exannulalus = Drepanocladus exannulatus 

Amblystegium filicmum = Cratoneuron filicinum 

Amblystegium fluitans var plumosum = Drepanocladus fluitans 

Amblystegium jiuvuitile var. orthocladon = Amblystegium ftuvialile 

Amblystegium hispidulum = Campylium hispidulum 

Amblystegium hygrophyllum = Campylium radicale 

Amblystegium irriguum = .Amblystegium tenax 

Amblystegium irriguum spinifolium = .■\mblyslegium tenax s.l. 

Amblystegium jungermannioides = Platydictya mmulissimum 

Amblystegium juratzkanum = Amblystegium serpens v3t. juralzkanum 

Amblystegium kochii — Amblystegium humile 

Amblystegium laxirete = .Amblystegium riparium 

Amblystegium mmutissimum = Platydictya mmutissimum 

Amblystegium orthocladon = Amblystegium tenax var. trnax 

Amblystegium radicale = Campylium radicale 

.\mbly:legium riparium var abhrri'ialum = Amblystegium npanum 

.\mbly.legium riparium var. canosum " Amblystegium riparium 

.lmft/v>/<x'""i riparium \3T. JIaccidum ^ .Amblystegium npanum 

.Amblystegium npanum var fluitans = .Amblystegium npanum 

.Amblystegium npanum var koehii = .Amblystegium npanum 

Amblystegium npanum var. Inchopodium = .Amblystegium npanum 

Ambhslegtum serpens var. hygrophyllum ■ Campylium radicate 

Amblystegium serpens var. radicale ■ Campylium radicale 

Amblystegium serpens var. trnue ■ .Amblystegium serpens 

Amblystegium subtile ■ Platydictya subtile 

Amblystegium tnchopodium = .Amblystegium humile 

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Ambhstegium varium var. oi'atum = Amblystegium varium 

Amblystegtum varium var. pan'ulum = Amblystegium vanum 

Angstroemia varia = Dicranella varia 

Anomodon apiculatus = Anomodon rugelii 

Anomodon obtusifolius = Anomodon minor 

Anomodon tnslis = Haplohymenium triste 

Aphanorhegma serrata = Aphanorrhegma serralum 

Aphanorrhegma patem = Physcomitrella patens 

Astomum cnspum = Aslomum muhlenbergianum 

Astomum nitidulum = Astomum muhlenbergianum 

Astomum nitidulum var. pygmaeum = Astomum muhlenbergianum 

Astomum sullivantii = Astomum muhlenbergianum 

Atrichum attecristatum = Atrichum undulalum var. altecristatum 

Atrichum angustatum var. plurilamellatum = Atrichum angustatum 

Atrichum cylindricum = Atrichum undulatum var. atlenuatum 

Atrichum macmitlanii = Atrichum angustatum 

Atrichum oerstedianum = Atrichum undulatum var. oerstedianum 

Atrichum undulatum var. minus = Atrichum tenellum 

Aulacommum palustre var. polycephalum = Aulacomnium palustre 

Aulacomnium palustris = Aulacomnium palustre 

Barbula acuminata = Didymodon fallax var. fallax 

Barbula ambigua = Phascum floerkeanum 

Barbula caespitosa = Tortella humilis 

Barbula cruegeri = Barbula cancellata 

Barbula fallax = Didymodon fallax var. fallax 

Barbula papulosa = Tortula papulosa 

Barbula rigida = Aloina rigida 

Barbula subulata = Tortula subulata 

Barbula unguiculata var. apicutata = Barbula unguiculata 

Bartramia cnspa = Bartramia pomiformis 

Bartramia fontana = Philonotis fontana 

Bartramia marchica = Philonotis marchica 

Bartramia pomiformis var. crispa = Bartramia pomiformis 

Bartramia pomiformis var. elongata = Bartramia pomiformis 

Bartramia radicalis = Philonotis longiseta 

Brachythecium acutum = Brachylhecium salebrosum 

Brachythecium cyrtophyllum = Brachythecium acuminatum var. cyrto- 

phyllum 
Brachythecium ftagetlare = Brachythecium plumosum 
Brachythecium flexicaule = Brachythecium calcareum 
Brachythecium laetum = Brachythecium oxycladon 
Brachythecium novae-angtiae = Bryhnia novae-angliae 
Brachythecium oxycladon var. dentatum = Brachythecium oxycladon 
Brachythecium pseudocollmum = Brachythecium salebrosum 
Brachythecium rivulare var. noveboracense = Brachythecium rivulare 
Brachythecium salebrosum var. mildeanum = Brachythecium salebrosum 
Brachythecium serrutatum = Rhynchostegium serrulatum 
Bruchia beyrichiana = Bruchia flexuosa 
Bruchia brei'icollis = Bruchia flexuosa 
Bruchia cun'iseta = Bruchia flexuosa 
Bruchia donnelli = Bruchia flexuosa 
Bruchia haltii = Bruchia flexuosa (for Illinois reports) 
Bruchia \ullivantit = Bruchia flexuosa 
Bruchia texana = Bruchia flexuosa 
Bryum ajflne = Bryum creberrimum 
Bryum albicans = Pohlia wahlenbergii 
Bryum angusirete = Bryum algovicum 
Bryum argenteum var. lanatum = Bryum argenteum 
Bryum atropurpureum = Pohlia atropurpurea 
Bryum bimum = Bryum pseudotriquelrum 
Bryum caespitosum = Bryum caespiticium 
Bryum cernuum — Bryum uligmosum 
Bryum cirratum = Bryum creberrimum 
Bryum cuspidatum = Bryum creberrimum 
Bryum intermedium = Bryum creberrimum 
Bryum lescurianum = Pohlia lescuriana 
Bryum lisae var. cuspidatum = Bryum creberrimum 
Bryum lonchocaulon = Bryum creberrimum 
Bryum natans = Pohlia nutans 
Bryum nutans = Pohlia nutans 
Bryum obconicum = Bryum capillare 
Bryum pendulum = Bryum algovicum 
Bryum pyriforme = Leptobryum pyriforme 



Bryum roseum = Rhodobryum roseum 
Bryum laxifolius = Fissidens taxifolius 
Bryum ventricosum = Bryum pseudotriquetrum 
Bryum uahlenbergianumm = Pohlia wahlenbergii 

Calliergon cuspidatum = Calliergonella cuspidata 

Calliergon schreberi = Pleurozium schreben 

Calliergonella schreberi = Pleurozium schreben 

Camplothecium lutescens — 138 (= Homalothecium fulgescens, but the 
report is undoubtedly based on a misdetermination) 

Camptothecium nitens = Tomenthypnum nitens 

Campylium chrysophyllum van brei'ifolium = Campylium chrysophytlum 

Campylium hispidulum var. sommerfeltii = Campylium hispidulum 

Campylopus flexuosus = Campylopus tallulensis 

Campylopus leanus = Brothera leana 

Catharinea angustata = Atrichum angustatum 

Catharinea plurilamellata = Atrichum angustatum 

Catharinea undulata = Atrichum undulatum 

Catharinea undulata var. atenuata = Atrichum undulatum var. atlen- 
uatum 

Chamberlainia acuminata = Brachythecium acuminatum 

Chamberlainia acuminatum var rupincola = Brachythecium acumina- 
tum var cyrtophyllum 

Chamberlainia cyrtophylla = Brachythecium acuminatum 

Cirriphyllum boscii = Bryoandersonia illecebra 

Cirriphyllum illecebrum = Bryoandersonia illeebra 

Climacium americanum var kindbergii = Climacium americanum 

Climacium kindbergii = Climacium americanum 

Conomitrium hallianum = Fissidens fontanus 

Conomitrium julianus = Fissidens fontanus 

Cryphaea tnundala = Brachylema subulatum 

Ctenidium molluscum = Ctenidium malacodes 

Cylindrothenum brexnsetus = Entodon brei'isetus 

Cylmdrothecium cladorrhizans = Entodon cladorrhizans 

Cylindrothecium compressum = Entodon compressus 

Cylmdrothecium sedutrix = Entodon seductrix 

Desmatodon arenaceous = Desmatodon obtusifolius 

Desmatodon flavicans = Desmatodon obtusifolius 

Dicranella debilis — 231 (= Dicranella hilariana, a tropical species 
surely not from Illinois) 

Dicranella heleromalla \3r. fitzgeraldii = Dicranella heleromalta 

Dicranella heteromatla var. orthocarpa = Dicranella heleromalla 

Dicranella rubra = Dicranella varia 

Dicranella varia var. lenella = Dicranella varia 

Dicranoweisia cirrhata = Dicranoweisia cirrata 

Dicranum alatum = Dicranum scoparium 

Dicranum bergeri = Dicranum undulatum 

Dicranum bonjeanii = Dicranum scoparium 

Dicranum bonjeanii var alatum = Dicranum scoparium 

Dicranum heteromaltum = Dicranella heleromalla 

Dicranum leoparium var. pallidum = Ditrichum pallidum 

Dicranum palustre = Dicranum scoparium 

Dicranum rufescens = Dicranella rujescens 

Dicranum rugosum = Dicranum polysetum 

Dicranum sabuletorum = Dicranum condensatum 

Dicranum scoparium var. condensatum = Dicranum condensatum 

Dicranum scoparium var. pallidum = Dicranum scoparium 

Dicranum spurium var. condensatum = Dicranum condensatum 

Dicranum varium = Dicranella varia 

Didymodon recunnrostris = Bryoerythrophyllum recunirostrum 

Didymodon rubellus = Bryoerythrophyllum recun'trostrum 

Didymodon trifarius = Didymodon rigidulus 

Discelium incarnata = Discelium nudum 

Ditrichum tortile = Ditrichum pusillum 

Drepanocladus aduncus f. aquaticus = Drepanocladus aduncus 

Drepanocladus aduncus var. attenuatus = Drepanocladus aduncus 

Drepanocladus aduncus van grncilescens = Drepanocladus aduncus var. 
polycarpus 

Drepanocladus aduncus var. typicus = Drepanocladus aduncus var. 
aduncus 

Drepanocladus intermedins = Drepanocladus mvlvens 

Drepanocladus sendtneri = Drepanocladus aduncus 

Drepanocladus wilsoni = Drepanocladus aduncus van aduncus 

Drummondia clavellata = Drummondia prorepens 



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Elodium paludoium = Helodium paludoium 
Encalypta ilreptocarpa = Encahpla procera 
Entodon challengen = Entodon compressui 
Enlodon seductnx var. lanceotala = Entodon seduclrix 
Entosthodon neoscotuus = Desmatodon randii 

Ephemerum rrassinen'ium var. papiltoium = Ephemerum crasstnen'iuii 
Ephemerum spinulosum var. hystrix = Ephemerum spinulosum 
Ephemerum spinulosum var. lexanum = Ephemerum crassinen'ium 
Eurhynchium novae-angliae = Bryhnia novae-cmgliae 
Eurhynchium praelongum = Slokesiella praetongum 
Eurhynchium puUhellum var. praecox = Eurhynchium pulchellum 
Eurhynchium pulchellum var. robuslum = Eurhynchium pulchellum 
Eurhynchium serrulatum = Rhynchostegium serrulalum 
Eurhynchium slngosum = Eurhynchium pulchellum 
Eurhynchium slngosum var robuslum = Eurhynchium pulchellum 
Fabroleskea austinii = Lindbergia brachyptera 
Fabronia ocloblepharis = Fabronia citians 
Fabronia splachnoides = Anacamplodon splachnoides 
Fissidens bryoides var. mconslans = Fissidens bryoides 
Fissidens bryoides var. mcun'us = Fissidens bryoides 
Fissidens debilis = Fissidens fonlanus 
Fissidens deapiens = Fissidens cnslalus 
Fissidens exiguus = Fissidens bryoides 
Fissidens hatlianus = Fissidens fonlanus 
Fissidens mconslans = Fissidens bryoides 
Fissidens mcun'us = Fissidens bryoides 
Fissidens incuri'us var. minululus = Fissidens bryoides 
Fissidens julianus = Fissidens fonlanus 
Fissidens minululum = Fissidens bryoides 
Fissidens minululus = Fissidens bryoides 
Fissidens pusillus = Fissidens bryoides 
Fissidens synoicus = Fissidens bryoides 
Fissidens viridulus = Fissidens bryoides 
Fissidens vindulus var. brei'ifolius = Fissidens bryoides 
Fontinalis biformis = Fonlinalis sphagnifolia 
Fonlinalis disticha = Fonlmalis sullivanlii 
Fonlinalis duriaei = Fonlinalis hypnoides 
Fonlinalis hypnoides var. dunaei = Fonlinalis hypnoides 
Fonlinalis lescurii = Fonlinalis novae-angliae 
Fonlinalis novae-angliae var. lalifolia = Fonlinalis noi'ae-angliae 
Fonlinalis umbackii = Fonlinalis missounca 

Forsslroemia Inchomilria var immersus = Forsslroemia Irichomilria 
Fumeria microsloma = Funaria fiavicans 
Funaria hygromelnca var. calvescens = Funaria hygromelnca 
Funaria microsloma = Funaria fiavicans (IL material, Crum & 
Anderson 1981) 

Georgia pellucida = Telraphis pellucida 

Cnmmia alpicola = Grimmia rivularis 

Grimmia apocarpa var alpicola = Grimmia rivularis 

Cnmmia apocarpa var. ilricia = Gnmmia apocarpa var gracilis 

Gnmmia commulala = Grimmia oi'alis 

Gnmmia conferia = Gnmmia rivularis 

Cnmmia conferlum = Gnmmia nvularis 

Cnmmia conlroveria = Gnmmia nvulans 

Gnmmia conlroi'eria var. oblusifolia = Grimmia rivularis 

Cnmmia converlum = Gnmmia rivulans 

Grimmia drummondii = Plychomilrium drummondii 

Gnmmia mala = Gnmmia affinis 

Gymnoslomum acuminatum = Physcomitnum pynforme 

Cymnoslomum cnlcareum = Gymnoslomum aeruginosum 

Gymnoslomum cun'iroslre — Gymnoslomum recun'iroslrum 

Cymnoslomum immersum = Physcomitnum immersum 

Cymnoslomum recunnroslrum var. lalifotium = Gymnoslomum 

recun'iroslrum 
Gymnoslomum rupestre — Gymnoslomum aeruginosum 
Harpidium aduncum = Drepanocladus aduncus 
Hedwigia albicans = Hedwigia ciliala 
Hedwigta aliata var. mndts = Hedwigia citiala 
Helodium paludosum var. etodioides = Helodium btandau'u var. 

elodioides 
Helerophylltum haldnnianum = Catlicladtum hnldanianum 
Homalolhecium subcapitlalum = Homalolheciella subcapillatn 
Homulolhicium subcapillalum = Homalolheciella tubcapiltala 



Hygroamblyslegium ftuvialile = Amblyslegium fiuviatile 

Hygroamblyslegium fiuvialile fo. brnifolium = Amblyslegium fiuinanlt 

Hygroamblyslegium fluiialile var orlhocladon » Amblyslegium tmax 

Hygroamblyslegium fiuvialile var oi'alum = AmblysUgium ftuitalile 

Hygroamblyslegium irnguum = Amblyslegium lenax 

Hygroamblyslegium orlhocladon = AmblysUgium lenax 

Hygroamblyslegium lenax = Amblyslegium lenax 

Hylucomium Inquelrum = Rhylidiadelphus Inquelrus 

Hymenoslylium cun'iroslre = Gymnoslomum recuntroslrum 

Hyophila torlula = Hyophila involula 

Hypnum acuminatum = Brachylheaum acuminatum 

Hypnum adnatum = Homomallium adnalum 

Hypnum aduncum gracilescens = Drepanocladus aduncus var. 

polycarpus 
Hypnum aculum = Brachylhecium salebrosum 
Hypnum aduncum = Drepanocladus aduncus 
Hypnum aduncus = Drepanocladus aduncus 
Hypnum alleghaniense = Thamnobryum alleghaniense 
Hypnum arcualum = Hypnum lindbergii 
Hypnum arcualum var. amencanum = Hypnum lindbergii 
Hypnum boscii = Bryoandersonia illecebra 
Hypnum chrysophyllum = Campylium chrysophyltum 
Hypnum collinum = Brachylhecium collmum 
Hypnum confen'oides = Platydiclya confervoides 
Hypnum converlum = Pylaisiella polyaniha 
Hypnum cnsla-caslrensis = Ptilium cnsta-caslrensis 
Hypnum cuspidatum = Calliergonella cuspidala 
Hypnum cylindrocarpum = Brolherella lenuiroslris 
Hypnum delicalulum = Thuidium delicatulum 
Hypnum denliculatum = Plagiolhenum denliculatum 
Hypnum deplanatum = Taxiphyllum deplanalum 
Hypnum dimorphum = Helerocladium dimorphum 
Hypnum diversifolium = Eurhynchium pulchellum 
Hypnum elegans = Isoplerygium elegans 
Hypnum exannulalus = Drepanocladus exannulatus 
Hypnum fluilans = Drepanocladus fluitans 
Hypnum fiuvialile = Amblyslegium fiuvialile 
Hypnum gracile = Bryohaplocladium microphyllum (or) Myurella 

sibinca 
Hypnum haldanianum = Callicladianum haldanianum 
Hypnum hians = Eurhynchium hians 
Hypnum hispidulum = Campylium hispidulum 
Hypnum laelum = Brachylhecium oxycladon 
Hypnum tutescens = Camptothecium tutescens 
Hypnum micans var. albulum = Isoplerygium tenerum 
Hypnum microcarpon = Semalophyllum adnalum 
Hypnum minululum = Thuidium minululum 
Hypnum molluscum = Clenidium malacodes 
Hypnum nitens = Tomenlhypnum miens 
Hypnum novae-angliae = Bryhnia novae-angltae 
Hypnum orlhocladon = Amblyslegium lenax 
Hypnum oxycladon = Brachylhecium oxycladon 
Hypnum palienliae = Hypnum lindbergii 
Hypnum polygamum = Campylium polygamum 
Hypnum polymorphum = Campylium chrysophyllum 
Hypnum radicale = Campylium radicale 
Hypnum recognitum = Thuidium recognilum 
Hypnum reptile = Hypnum pallescens 
Hypnum rtparium = Amblyslegium nparium 
Hypnum nparium var. cnnosum * Amblyslegium npanum 
Hypnum nvulare = Brachylheaum nvulare 
Hypnum roslralum = Anomodon rostralum 
Hypnum rulahulum = Brachylhecium nitabulum 
Hypnum salebrosum = Brachylhecium salebrosum 
Hypnum schreberi " Pleuronum schreben 
Hypnum serpens = Amblyslegium serpens 
Hypnum serpens var orlhocladon « Amblyslegium lenax 
Hypnum serpens var radicale ■ Campylium radicale 
Hypnum serratulum ■ Rhynchoslegium serrulatum 
Hypnum sommerfeldtii « Campylium hispidulum 
Hypnum stellatum • Campylium stellatum 
Hypnum slngosum ■ Eurhynchium pulchellum 
Hypnum subtile ■ Platydicta subtile 
Hypnum sullivanlii ■ Bryhnia grammicolor 



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H\pnum tamamnnum — Thuidium delicatulum 
Hypnum lenuiroilris = Brotherella lenuirostns 
Hypnum tnquetrum = Rh\tidiadelphus Iriquetrus 

hopterygium borrerianum = Isoplerygium etegans 

Isopterygium deplanatum = Taxiphyllum deplanatum 

Isoplerygium geophilum = Taxiphyllum Inxnameum 

Isoplerygium micans = Isopterygium tenerum 

Isoplerygium laxirameum = Taxiphyllum laxirameum 

Isopterygium turfaceum = Herzogiella turfacea 

Leplobryum nutans = Leplobryum pyriforme 

Leptodiclyium brei'ipes = Amblystegium riparium 

Leptodiclyium laxirete = Amblystegium riparium 

Leptodiclyium riparium = Amblystegium riparium 

Leptodiclyium riparium io. flaccida = Amblystegium riparium 

Leptodiclyium trichopodium = Amblystegium humile 

Leptodiclyium trichopodium var. kochii = Amblystegium humile 

Leptodon ohioensis = Forsslroemia ohioensis 

Leptodon Inchomilrion = Forsslroemia Irichomitria 

Leptodon trichomilrion var. immersum = Forsslroemia trichomitria 

Leptotrichum pallidum = Ditrichum pallidum 

Leptolruhum tortile = Dilrichum pusillum 

Leskea arenicola = Leskea polycarpa 

Leskea auslmit = Lmdbergia brachyptera 

Leskea denliculala = Schwelschkeopsis jabronia 

Leskea nervosa = Leskeella nen'osa 

Leskea polyantha = Pylaisiella polyantha 

Leskea polycarpa var. paludosa = Leskea polycarpa 

Leskea roslrala = Anomodon rostratus 

Leskea Iristis = Haplohymenium triste 

Leskea vilriculosus = Anomodon viticulosus 

Leucobryum glaucum var. minus = Leucobryum albidum 

Leucobryum minus = Leucobryum albidum 

Leucobryum vulgare — Leucobryum glaucum 

Leucodon sciuroides = Leucodon brachypus var. andreu'sianus 

Lindbergia brachyptera var. austtnii = Lmdbergia brachyptera 

Meesia hexaslicha = Meesia longisela 

Merceya ligulata = Scopelophila ligulata 

Microbryum floerkeanum = Phascum floerkeanum 

Mniobryum albicans = Pohlia wahlenbergii 

Mniobryum wahlenbergianum = Pohlia wahlenbergii 

Mnium ciliare = Mnium affine var. ciliare 

Mnium flagellare — 362 {a legitimate species, but the report from 

Illinois is absolutely impossible) 
Mnium orthorrhynchum = Mnium ihoynsonii 
Mniuin roslratum = Mnium longirostrum 
Mnium rugicum = Mnium affine var. rugicum 
Mnium serralum = Mnium marginatum 
Mnium Irichomanes — 49 (a legitimate species, but the report is 

referable to Mnium cuspidatum) 
Myurella careyana = Myurella nbirica 

Weckera cladorrhizans = Enlodon cladorhnans 

Neckera Jiliforme = Pterigynandrum Jiliforme 

Nechera pseudalopecura = Leucodon julaceus 

Xeckera sedutrix = Enlodon seduclrix 

Oclodiceras debilis = Fissidens fonlanus 

Octodiceras hallianum = Fissidens fontanus 

Orthotrichum canadense = Orthotrichum anomalum 

Ortholrichum crispulum = Ulola cnspa 

Orthotrichum cupulatum = Orthotrichum strnngulnlum 

Orthotrichum fallax = Orthotrichum pumilum 

Orthotrichum fallax var. truncalulum = Orthotrichum pumilum 

Orthotrichum porteri = Orthotrichum slrangulntum 

Orthotrichum schimperi = Orthotrichum pumilum 

Pharomitrium exiguum = Pterygoneuron subsessile 

Pharomilrium subsessile = Pterygoneuron subsessile 

Phascacea Iriquetrum = Acnulon Iriquetrum 

Phascum allernifolium = Archidium allernifolium 

Phascum crasstneri'ium = Ephemerum crassuierfium 

Phascum cohaerens = Ephemerum cohaerens 

Phascum cuspidatum var. nmericanum = Phascum cuspidatum 

Phascum nilidulum = Aslomum muhlenbergianum 

Phascum patens = Physcomilrella patens 



Phascum ichimperianum = Acaulon schimperianum 

Phascum strangulatum = Physcomitrium pyriforme 

Phascum subulalum = Pleuridium subulatum 

Phascum sullivanlii = Astomum muhlenbergianum 

Philonolis caespitosa = Philonolis fontana var. caespitosa 

Physcomitrium acuminatum = Physcomitrium pyriforme 

Physcomitrium australe = Physcomitrium pyriforme 

Physcomitrium drummondii = Physcomitrium pyriforme 

Physcomilrium pyriforme var. serralum = Physcomitrium pyriforme 

Physcomitrium turbinatum = Physcomitrium pyriforme 

Plagiomnium affine var. ciliare — Mnium affne var. ciliare 

Plagiomnium ciliare = Mnium affne var. ciliare 

Plagiomnium cuspidatum = Mnium cuspidatum 

Plagiomnium medium = Mnium medium 

Plagiomnium rugicum = Mnium affne var. rugicum 

Ptagiolhecium deplanatum = Taxiphyllum deplanatum 

Plagiolhecium elegans = Isopterygium elegans 

Plagiothecium geophilum = Taxiphyllum laxirameum 

Plagiolhecium micans = Isopterygium tenerum 

Plagiothecium micans var. albulum = Isopterygium tenerum 

Plagiolhecium muellerianum = Isopterygiopsis muelleriana 

Plagiolhecium pulchellum — Isopterygium pulchellum 

Plagiolhecium roeseanum = Plagiothecium cavifolium 

Plagiolhecium silesiacum = Herzogiella strtatella 

Plagiolhecium silvaticum = Plagiolhecium cavifolium 

Plagiolhecium sylvalicum = Plagiothecium cavifolium 

Plagiolhecium sylvalicum var sullivanlii = Plagiothecium cavifolium 

Pleuridium acuminatum = Pleuridium subulatum 

Pleuridium allernifolium = Pleuridium subulatum 

Pleuridium allernifolium var robustum = Pleuridium subulatum 

Pogonatum brevicaule = Pogonalum pensilvanicum 

Pohlia carnea = Pohlia melanodon 

Polytrichum commune var. uligmosum = Polytrichum commune 

Polytrichum decipiens = Polytrichum palldiselum 

Polytrichum gracile = Polytrichum longisetum 

Polytrichum juniperinum var. affne = Polytrichum striclum 

Polytrichum juniperinum var. gracilius = Polytrichum stnclum 

Polytrichum juniperinum var. rubrum = Polytrichum juniperinum 

Porolrichum alleghaniense = Thamnobryum alleghaniense 

Poltia exigua = Pterygoneuron subsessile 

Pottia exiguum = Pterygoneuron subsessile 

Poltia randii = Desmalodon randii 

Poltia subsessile = Pterygoneuron subsessile 

Poltia truncalula = Poltia truncala 

Plerigoneuron subsessile = Pterygoneuron subsessile 

Pylaina denliculala = Pylaisiella polyantha 

Pylaisia polyantha = Pylaisiella polyantha 

Pylaisia schimperi = Pylaisiella seluynii 

Pylaisia splachnoides = Anacamplodon splachnoides 

Pylaisia suhdenliculata = Pylaisiella polyantha 

Pylaisaea mlricala = Pylaisiella mlricata 

Pylaisaea velutma = Pylaisiella intricata 

Raphidostegium adnatum = Sematophyllum adnatum 

Raunia scila = Thuidium scilum 

Rhacomilrium heleroslichum var sudecilum = Rhacomilnum 

helerostichum 
Rhacomilnum sudelicum = Racomitnum heleroslichum 
Rhizomnium punclalum ssp. chlorophyllosum = Mnium punclatum var, 

punc latum 
Rhynchoslegiella compacla = Conardia compacta 
Rhynchoslegium compacta = Conardia compacla 
Rhynchoslegium hians = Eurhynchium hians 

Rhynchostegium pulchellum var praecox = Eurhynchium pulchellum 
Rhynchoslegium pulchellum var. pulchellum = Eurhynchium pulchellum 
Rhynchostegium riparioides = Eurhynchium npanoides 

Schislidium agassizii = Grimmia agassizii 
Schislidium alpicola = Grimmia rivularis 
Schislidium apocarpum = Grimmia apocarpa var. gracilis 
Schislidium converlum = Grimmia rivularis 
Schwelschkeopsis denliculala = Schwelschkeopsis fabroma 
Sematophyllum carolinianum = Sematophyllum demissum 
Sharpiella turfacea = Herzogiella turfacea 
Sphaerangiiim mulicum = Acaulon muticum 



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Sphaerangtum irhimpenatium = Acauton schimperianum 

Sphaerangium triquetrum = Acaulon Iriquetrum 

Sphagnum aculi/olium = Sphngxum capilh/otium 

Sphagtium anguslifolium = Sphagnum recunum var. tenue 

Sphagnum capillaceum = Sphagnum captlttjolium 

Sphagnum capillifolium var. lenerum = Sphagnum tenerum 

Sphagnum conlorlum = Sphagnum subsecundum var. ronlortum 

Sphagnum cymhili/ohum = Sphagnum palusire 

Sphagnum leicuni = Sphagnum suhierundum var. rufescem 

Sphagnum nemorfum = Sphagnum capillifolium var. capillifolium 

Sphagnum plahphyllum = Sphagnum suhsecundum var. plat\ph\llum 

Sphapium ruhellum = Sphagnum capillifolium var. tenellum 

Sphagnum subtile = Sphagnum capillifolium var. lenellum 

Sphagnum Innitense = Sphagnum cu\pidalum var. serrulalum 

Stegium crispum = Aslomum muhlenhergianum 

Stegium nitidulum = Ailomum muhlenhergianum 

Slegium sulliranlii = AUomum muhlenhergianum 

Slereodon arcualus = H\pnum lindbergii 

Slereodon haldanianus = Callicladium haldanianum 

Slereodon prateme — H\pnum pralense 

Thamnion alleghaniense = Thamnobryum alleghaniense 
Thuidium elodioides = Helodium blandowii var. elodioides 
Thuidium microphyllum = Bryohaplocladium microphyllum 
Thuidium philehertii = Thuidium delicalulum var. radicans 
Thuidium pygmium = Thuidium p\ginaeum 
Thuidium virginianum = Bryohnplocladium mrginianum 
Torlella caespitosa = Torlella humilts 
Tortula marginala = Torlula muralis 
Tortula ngida = Aloma rigida 
Torlula ilellata = Aloina rigida 
Trichostomum pallidum = Dilrichum pallidum 
Trichoslomum rigidulus = Didvnodon rigidutus 
Tnchostomum lophaceus = Didvnodon lophaceus 
Trichostomum tortile = Dilrichum pusillum 

Ulota crispa var. crispulum = Viola crispa 
Viola crispula = Viola crispa 

Webera lescuriana = Pohtia lescuriana 

Webera nutans = Pohlia nutans 

Webera albicans = Pohlia wahlenbergii 

Weissia conlroversa var. wolfti = Weissia controversa 

Weissia microstoma = Weissia hedwipi 



lUiijin mucronala — 187?, 383 (a European species probabl\ re- 
ferable to W. conlroi'ersa) 
Weissia muhlenhergtana = Aslomum muhlrnbrrgtanum 
Weissia viridula = Weissia conlroi'ersa 
Weissia viridula var. gymnostomoides = Weissia conlroi'ersa 
Weissia wolfii = Weissia conlro\er\a 

BRYOPHYTE TYPES FROM ILLINOIS 

The following seven species have their type locality 
in Illinois. However, all are currently recognized as 
synonyms with the correct name listed. Also given is 
the location, voucher data, and reference. 

Conomilnum hallianum (= Fissidrns fonlanus) Fulton Co. (A Hall 

s.n.) in Ireland & Ley 1984 
Dicranum bonjeanii var. alalum (= Dicranum scoparium) Chicago 

[Cook Co.] no specimen cited, in Barnes 1897 
Eurhynchium sirigosum var. robuslum (= Eurhynchium pulchellum) 

vicinity of Chicago [Cook Co.J {Grout 131) in Grout 1928 
Fabroleskea austini (= Lmdbergia brach\plera) Illinois (no county 

listed) (Wolf s.n.) in Best 1898 
Fis.ndens hallianus (= Fissidens fonlanus) Menard Co. (Hall s.n.) in 

Grout 1936 and 1943 
Leskea austinii (= Lmdbergia brach\plera) Fulton Co. (E Hall s.n.) 

in Ireland & Ley 1984 
Lmdbergia brachyptera var. austinii (= Lmdbergia brachyplera) Illinois 

(according to Best) no specimen cited, in Grout 1934 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

I gratefully acknowledge the following individuals 
who provided references, editorial expertise, and, or 
technical assistance — C.B. Arzeni. J.l,. C.rane, H.A. 
Crum, C. Grunwald. L. Le Mere, S. McClellan, N'.G. 
Miller, R.C. Moran, A. Parker, P.O. Risser, K.R. 
Robertson, J.R. Rohrer, A.E. Rushing, G.C;. .Sand- 
erson, M.L. Sargent, A.C. Skorepa, R.E. Stoiler, R.E. 
Warner, and D.W. Webb. 



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McKnight, Bill N. 1987. The bryophytes ol llhnois: an annotated and indexed bibliography and checklist. Illinois Natural History 

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